Chelsea’s central defender and talismanic skipper John Terry has interested Turkish club Fenerbahce, according to the The Daily Mail. John Terry, 32, has one year left on his contract with the Blues and could decide on his future at the end of this summer.
A new deal with club has not been worked out as yet and the Chelsea skipper also seems restless with the lack of game time he is getting at the club of late. Terry has just played 10 times for Chelsea in the Premier League this season and is clearly fourth choice in the club’s hierarchy under Rafa Benitez. This change in policy could signal the end of Terry’s Chelsea career and could propel him to move away from England.
Fenerbahce, meanwhile, are looking to cash in on the situation as they are looking to compete with rivals Galatasaray for big name signings this season. While Galatasaray have brought in the likes of Didier Drogba and Wesley Sneijder, Fenerbahce are looking to respond with the signing of 32 year defender Terry to add to the acquisition of former Liverpool man Dirk Kuyt in the summer.