Chelsea captain John Terry says that he will not rule out the possibility of moving to the Chinese super league in the summer. Terry is widely expected to leave Chelsea in the summer.

His contract runs out in a few months, and the club have so far been reluctant to offer him a new deal. It is primarily because he has featured very little for Antonio Conte’s team in the current campaign. Strangely, it was Conte who persuaded Chelsea to offer Terry a new contract in the summer. The Italian boss was taking over from Jose Mourinho and he felt that possessing a player like that would be a major advantage.

Terry did feature for the team regularly in the first few weeks of the season. However, he lost his place following the switch to a 3-4-3 formation. Conte did provide Terry an opportunity to shine in the system, but he fared very poorly in the EFL Cup game against West Ham. Terry has also suffered from numerous injuries this season. He has even found it difficult to get a place on the bench.

At 36 years of age, he knows that his time at the top of the game is certainly done. A player like Terry, though, will have a lot of offers especially from North American and Chinese clubs.

While confirming the possibility of joining a Chinese club in the future, Terry also opened up on the rumours linking him with a move to Manchester City a few years ago. "I'm not sure. For me, I want to stay at Chelsea. I spoke to Roman [Abramovich] at the time and told him I want to stay. Manchester City made an offer.It gives you bargaining power to go in and renegotiate a contract," said Terry in a recent interview.