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John Terry Stays In Premier League 2017
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Where Will Terry Continue His Career?

John Terry will be held next weekend to say goodbye to Stamford Bridge and Chelsea football jersey after 22 years at the club. Goes as probably the greatest legend in the history of the club as the captain who has won everything there was to win and was a symbol of the Chelsea Roman Abramovich era.

At Antonio Conte, he has lost his place in the team and it became clear that at the end of the season will leave the club. However, he still wants to play and does not want to end his career this summer. He had great deals from China, he was called by the American MLS teams, but there are those in the Premier League who think Terry can still provide the strongest competition.

The first contacted Tony Pulis and admitted that he would like to see Terry in the WBA. Then Bournemouth wanted to borrow Terry in January and announced that at the end of the season to talk with him on a permanent contract. And now another premier league team will try to persuade the Chelsea captain to join him.

Swansea is interested in signing a contract with Terry, a connection for transfer is an old acquaintance from Chelsea. Swans Manager Paul Clement who was assistant to Ancelotti at Chelsea in the 2008/09 season when the Blues and Terry as captain, won the double crown.

Clement knows very well what he gets in Terry and how much he meant to his experience in the struggle for survival that almost certainly expect the Welsh and in the next season.“I’ll call him when the season is over. I’ve known him for a long time but do not know what his plans are and whether he will continue to play, “said Clement.

John Terry Stays In Premier League 2017

John Terry Stays In Premier League 2017

Although almost the entire season he spent nailed on the bench, although he has 36 years, it is obvious that Terry still holds the price. Three Premier League clubs are a pretty good choice. Or will he accept millions from Chinese? Or will follow the footsteps of Frank Lampard, Gerrard, Cole, Beckham and other English stars who ended their careers in America.

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