Following his announcement that he would be leaving Chelsea at the end of the season, John Terry has been the subject of plenty of speculation on Monday.
However, one club that he won’t be joining is Arsenal, as the 35-year-old has already insisted that he will not join another Premier League side, while Arsene Wenger has now ruled out making an offer.
“If he plays longer, it will be for Chelsea,” Wenger said, as reported by Sky Sports.
“Great player. And a great coach on the pitch. He has had a great career.”
Meanwhile, the French tactician also suggested that he doesn’t expect any further movement in the January transfer window, with Mathieu Debuchy likely to only go out on loan with time running out to find a club willing to take him in a permanent deal.
Wenger conceded that he was surprised by the lack of major deals during the window as a whole, and revealed that he had expected to bring in one more player to add to the signing of Mohamed Elneny.
However, the Gunners will continue as they are for the remainder of the campaign as they look to close the three-point gap that currently exists between themselves and Premier League leaders Leicester City.