By Oyerinde Femi
Chelsea legend, John Terry has admitted he is ready to come out of retirement and fill a coaching role at Stamford Bridge.
The former Blues captain, who made 717 appearances for the Premier League club, has been out of the dugout since leaving an assistant role at Aston Villa in 2021.
Terry is currently working with the Chelsea Academy but has said he could be lured back by the right offer.
I’m done from a managerial point of view. The only job I’d come out of my kind of retirement for would be the Chelsea job – to be involved in some capacity with a first-team role.
“I love my role at the minute, working with the younger players. Because I’ve been through that process as a kid myself I’m passing on my knowledge to them, having loads of conversations with them,” Terry told Stephen Hendry’s Cue Tips.