John Terry offered a manager job: Chelsea captain John Terry who is expected to leave the club in the summer has received a manager job offer from Danish side Brondby. Brondby owner Jan Bech Andersen is a good friend of Terry and it is expected that the Chelsea captain will join his friend a hand in managing the club if his contract with Chelsea will not be renewed by Chelsea management.

Terry has made 30 appearances for Chelsea this season and is still Chelsea’s first choice defender at the age of 35. Experts and the fans expect the Blues’ Captain to stay at the Stamford Bridge for another year or two and help the club to get up from the deep hole they are in now after a disappointing 2015-16. But it is reported that Chelsea management is not interested in renewing the club Legend’s contract who think the club needs ‘fresh and young’ blood to save the club.

John Terry earlier admitted that he may not be with Chelsea next season and said that he is making his mind on things that he can do next after leaving the club. Jonh Terry is arguably the best ever defender tp play for Chelsea and his love for the club is Eternal. But things are supposed to change and aging is inevitable which will force the Legend to leave the club that he served for Twenty years.


Terry is believed to be a firm supporter of the Danish side Brondby and is very close to the club’s owner. Back in 2014, in an interview John Terry told that he may play for Brondby one day and the day has arrived at last it seems.

“It could be – one day. After my matches for Chelsea the first thing I check out is what has happened with Brondby.”

“I want that it goes well for the team and for Jan. He is so passionate about football, and he has already changed a heck lot of things, and they are going up. For me, it is great to see,” told Terry back in 2014.

Also, Terry’s former teammate and the current manager of Qatar side Al-Arabi Gianfranco Zola wants Terry’s support in Qatar according to some reports. Terry was expected to play in the MLS or in any of the rich leagues like most of the other European legends, but according to the recent reports the Blues Captain may take over a manager role sooner than expected.