Former Tottenham and QPR manager Harry Redknapp feels that Chelsea legend John Terry could make a move to one of the big clubs in Premier League.
The 35-year-old Blues skipper revealed last weekend that he won’t be continuing at Stamford Bridge beyond the summer as the club had declined to offer him a new contract.
Redknapp claims that the likes of Man Utd, Man City and Arsenal will jump on any opportunity to sign the experienced defender.
In his column for the London Evening Standard, he wrote; “I can’t believe they would let him go. He is the type of player you keep around your club. Everyone knows he is a leader, and you find it very difficult to replace that presence in the dressing room.”
“If I had been at Manchester City or Arsenal, I would have gone in on deadline day to see whether he wanted to move. John could tip the balance in the Premier League title race for one of those sides.
“Arsenal took Petr Cech, which many people thought inconceivable at this time last year, so why not John as well? He’d walk into Arsenal’s team even now — they need his character.”