John Terry made his debut for Chelsea back in October 1998.

He remains the last Chelsea player to have made a major impact in the first team after having come through the ranks. However, he is out of contract at the end of the campaign and he may have just played his last game for the club. Terry was given a red card in the 3-2 defeat against Sunderland on Saturday. This rules him out of the next two games since this is his second sending-off of the campaign. Chelsea only have two games remaining before the complete a disastrous campaign.

Manager Guus Hiddink admitted that he is not sure whether Terry will play for the club again. This, indeed, will be a sad way to go out of action for the 35-year-old. Over the years, Terry has been the mainstay of the Chelsea team and has led them through several difficult periods. He has also been out of the numerous title successes enjoyed by the blues in the last decade. It is widely expected that Terry will go to the MLS for a stint in one of the popular leagues for older stars. Terry has expressed his desire to carry on playing for Chelsea, but the club do not believe that the 35-year-old can contribute much.

"For the club, I don't know, but it's sad, of course, that he was sent off for a second yellow, and it's the second sending-off, which by the rules means he will suspended [for both games].We don't know what his future is at this moment but for this season, it's sad because it would have been lovely to have had it in our last home game at home, the Leicester game, the champions, and have a very nice party game, let's call it that, and it's sad that he is not participating in that," said Hiddink.