Chelsea skipper John Terry has revealed that he won’t be staying at Stamford Bridge. Terry’s current contract with the club expires in the summer and earlier this month, the 35-year old revealed that the Blues have decided against offering him a new contract.
Several clubs from England abroad have been linked with a move for the veteran defender, and now Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola has talked up a potential move to the Qatari League for the club captain.
Zola is currently in charge of Qatari club Al-Arabi and believes there is a huge interest in Terry’s services among Qatar clubs.
The Italian told Evening Standard: “When we talk about John Terry, we are talking about a big player, big name and I believe a player of this stature is not of interest only for a team, but also for the whole league.“
“I believe the Qatari league is a league that wants to grow bigger, so I believe there might be interest not only from Al-Arabi, but there might be interest from all the Qatari league.”
Terry progressed through Chelsea’s youth ranks and spent his entire season at the club after signing for the club from West Ham as a 15-year old.