Cape Town - Chelsea legend John Terry has revealed that he still does not know where he will end up next season.
Terry was given a resounding send off after closing the curtain on
his 19-year career with the London club. And now the former England
captain says he needs some time away from football to make up his mind
on where he will continue.
"I've got options but nothing sorted or in stone," said Terry, who
played over 700 games and scored 67 goals for the club, quoted by BBC Sport.
"Everyone keeps asking me and no-one believes me when I say that I've not got anything sorted."
According to reports, Terry has offers on the table from the United
States and China, and has even been linked with a move to Welsh club
Swansea City, whose manager Paul Clement used to work with the defender
at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile Terry has urged the Blues to improve their playing staff during the transfer window.
The Blues strolled to the Premier League title this season, but their
return to the Champions League ahead and the domestic competition
already improving their squads, Terry is eager to see big arrivals at