Homecoming: Chelsea legend planning to return back to Stamford Bridge at the end of the current season


Chelsea legend John Terry is planning to make a return to his old club after his current contract with Aston Villa expires in July.

Terry joined Championship side Aston Villa on a 12-month contract after leaving Chelsea – a club with which he had been associated with for more than 2 decades. And now according to Mirror Sport, the former English defender is harbouring feelings of re-joining Chelsea as a coach.

Terry’s ultimate dream is obviously to manager Chelsea someday and as per the report, the 37-year-old wants to start from the very basic – just like he started his professional career at Stamford Bridge.

The centre-back is still based in Cobham the very same place where Chelsea’s training facility is located and the ex-England skipper wants to take up a coaching job with the Blues.

Terry feels being a coach at Chelsea will be a more viable option rather than managing some other club.

While the Villa fans would want the defender to extend his contract and lead them in the Premier League next season – hopefully, but it seems that Terry has already made up his mind of moving out of Villa Park.

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