John Terry is set to take a quick route into management after the end of the season

It is evident that Chelsea defender John Terry is set to leave the west London club at the end of the season and there has been a lot of speculations about his future role in the world of football.

According to our findings, we know that most players tend to remain in football for stability even after retiring from participation in competitive games. Although Terry has continued to remain relevant for the Blues, the Stamford Bridge outfit are unlikely to open talks with him and the player is reportedly looking for other options away from Stamford Bridge.

Terry, who has stayed at the Stamford Bridge for more the 18 years, is reportedly set to be offered a managerial position with Brondby, according to latest reports.

According to the reports, the contract confusion between Terry and Chelsea has sparked a lot of reports with close source from the Blues management claiming that the 35-year-old has been told he will be let go in the summer as the Blues rebuild.

It is believed that the England international shares a good relationship with the Brondby owner, Jan Bech Andersen, and this could an advantage to see Terry get into talks for managerial position with the Danish side.

Brondly is now being headed by Aurelijus Skarbalius, who is in temporary charge after former boss Thomas Frank resigned a week ago following a disagreement with the hierarchy at the Brondly Stadium.

According to John Cross of the Mirror, the Danish side owner has enough funds to lure Terry to Denmark and is likely to consider the 35-year-old for the managerial position.

Besides, Terry’s former and current team-mates have backed him to go for the managerial job as they all believe the England international has all the experience it takes to make a good coach.

Former Chelsea midfielder, Frank Lampard who is now playing in the Major League Soccer for New York City said: “I would like to see them offer it. I think it’s obvious John wants it and I think he can still stay at Chelsea.
“Of course I’m friends with John, but purely from a football perspective and from what he’s done on the pitch, and as a starting player in all their big and important games when he’s started them this season, I think he’s been their best defender this year.”