It was today confirmed that Chelsea legend John Terry is set to leave the club at the end of the current campaign after enjoying 22 successful years at Stamford Bridge.
Twitter: John Terry and Chelsea Football Club today jointly announce our captain will leave the club at the end of the season https://t.co/zQZe6zPLGC (@ChelseaFC)
The Blues today confirmed that their club captain will seek pastures new when his contract comes to a close at the end of June and this therefore means that the former England skipper will be available to sign on a free transfer.
One club that could very well be considering a move for the 36-year-old when the opportunity arises is Crystal Palace.
It’s almost certain that Terry won’t be short of potential suitors when he does become a free agent, but there’s a good chance that he’ll want to remain in his homeland and could look towards a move to Selhurst Park as the ideal destination for him to continue playing in the twilight stages of his illustrious career under Sam Allardyce.
So, we’ve taken a look at two pros and two cons to potentially signing Terry this summer!