Date: 19th April 2017 at 12:40pm
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This morning, speculation is rife that John Terry is wanted by three Premier League clubs.

With the announcement forthcoming, on Easter Monday, our captain, leader and legend would be leaving Stamford Bridge, once his current contract expires, it seems there are Premier League clubs out there who might be willing to offer the 36-year-old a deal.

According to the good folk at the popular tabloid publication, the Daily Mirror, both Slaven Bilic over at West Ham and Eddie Howe down on the south-coast at Bournemouth, have refused to rule out moves for the former England skipper.

Continuing along a similar theme, the reporters at the Daily Star, are championing the inference that Paul Clement, somebody with Chelsea connections, might try and lure Terry to Swansea, but this would depend on the Welsh club maintaining their Premier League status.

Seeing John wearing the colours of another Premier League side would be strange and watching a programme dedicated to him, on Chelsea TV last night, whilst waiting for the FA Youth Cup semi-final first leg, against Manchester City, to start, I got the feeling John would find it extremely difficult to play for anyone other than Chelsea in the Premier League.

I guess we can only wait and see what happens next.

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