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Slaven Bilic: John Terry would interest West Ham if available

20 April 2017, 06:55 | Charlene Valdez

Terry to leave Chelsea but wants to keep playing

Terry celebrates with team-mates Jody Morris Jon Harley and Gianfranco Zola after netting his first goal for the club a header against Gillingham in the FA Cup in 2000- The Blues went on to win the trophy in the last final at the old Wembley

Terry will leave the club as the most decorated player in their history having won 14 major honours with the Blues, including four Premier League titles. He's one of the greats of the Premier League era and number one for me'.

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Swansea City are interested in bringing Chelsea defender John Terry to the Liberty Stadium after announcing his departure from Stamford Bridge. Terry clearly still loves Chelsea, but knew his time at the club had come to an end - and it seems that Antonio Conte agreed with him.

"Thank you to all my team-mates and managers over the years". Swans are in the midst of a relegation battle, but if they do go down, Terry could sign with them and still actually keep his promise to Chelsea fans.

"I would like to thank my lovely family for the unconditional love and support they've shown me".

The former England worldwide, who has made enough appearances to receiver another Premier League winners' medal this term should Chelsea land the title, did reiterate his desire to return to Stamford Bridge in another role in the future.


Terry has thanked the Chelsea fans, who he said "have been instrumental in my success and have inspired me".

Azpilicueta shared the picture above on his personal Instagram account and wrote the caption: "When I was a boy and started to play, you were already a player".

"Wearing the armband and being your captain has been without a doubt one of the proudest achievements of my life". Bournemouth and West Bromwich Albion have both been linked with a move for Terry - who has no plans to hang up his boots at the end of the campaign - and Bilic has joined the group of suitors.

Terry also reiterated his desire to return to the Bridge in another role and added: 'I look forward to returning to this great club in some capacity in the future'.

"I am fully focused on helping the team and manager in every way I can until the and of the season".



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