The club captain of Chelsea, John Terry might be making his way to the Chinese Super League as the veteran player has recently been linked with Guangzhou Evergrande and considering his current situation in the English outfit, there is a realistic chance of the experienced defender making his way out of Stamford Bridge and ending his playing career with the club that he made his debut with back on 1998.

John Terry is 35 years old and he was initially expected to leave Chelsea in the previous season of 2015-16. The English defender actually announced to the public that he had not been offered a contract extension but it was later on confirmed that John Terry had indeed received a contract renewal from the Premier League club.
It’s very likely that this current season of 2016-17 will be the last one of John Terry as a player of Chelsea. The veteran player has been seeing more time on the sidelines in recent times, especially after September 11th when Chelsea locked horns with Swansea City and during that match, John Terry sustained ligament injury.

Ever since that match against Swansea City, John Terry has been getting less time on the actual pitch and more time on the sidelines as there are other defenders that appear to be preferred by Antonio Conte instead of the club captain.

If this trend of John Terry continues and he becomes a player that regularly gets dropped to the sidelines then it’s even less likely that he will be in Stamford Bridge for yet another season and the possibility of joining another club is very realistic and so far all fingers are pointing towards him making a move to Guangzhou Evergrande as they are believed to be interested in securing the services of the veteran defender.