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Chelsea’s John Terry would reject China, but there are two destinations he would consider – report

According to the Mirror, John Terry is not interested in moving to China should he leave Chelsea this summer.

The Blues skipper is coming to the end of his current deal at Stamford Bridge and will become a free agent in the summer.

The club have intimated that they will not be offering him a new contract come the end of the campaign, and Terry has admitted that while he is keen on extending his stay in west London, he is expending to depart.

According to the tabloid, various Chinese sides are understood to be keen on signing the former England skipper this summer, but Terry—as Wayne Rooney did last week—would rebuff any offers from the CSL.

Instead, the 35-year-old is understood to prefer a move to either Qatar—he has been tipped to join ex-teammate Gianfranco Zola, who is currently coaching at Al-Arabi—or Major League Soccer, where his friend and ex-teammate Frank Lampard currently features for New York City FC.

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