West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has said that Chelsea captain John Terry still has a couple of years left to perform at a high level, which has led to some believing that a summer move to the Hammers for the veteran defender could be on the cards.
It has been confirmed that Terry will leave the Blues at the end of the season. The 36-year-old has been a fan favorite at Chelsea throughout his career and has served as skipper since 2004. It is uncertain as to whether he will play on after leaving Chelsea or retire at the end of the season.
However should a deal with West Ham be reached, Terry will be returning to the club that he played for as a teenager.
Though Bilic may be a fan of the former England captain, it is hard to see him playing for another English team. Should he continue his career, it is easier to see him playing in the MLS or in the Chinese Super League.