It all started between John Terry and Chelsea FC in 1995 when he joined the club as a 15-year-old, and time has flown rather quickly, with the legendary defender is on the verge of leaving Chelsea. The compatriot of one of the greatest defender of Chelsea has spoken that he does not see the Club captain retiring at Chelsea, with a contract extension seems quite unlikely.
Willian is certain that Chelsea would not offer Terry a new contract, and the defender will not call it a day anytime soon, according to Sky Sports. Terry himself confirmed that this will be probably his last season with the club that made him the player he is today.
“I think he would like to stay longer with us, but unfortunately, it seems he would not be able to remain as a Chelsea player,” Willian said to Squawka.
“The club would not probably extend his contract. I can just wish him the best of luck for the rest of his career.”
Willian also praised John Terry as the greatest player in the history of the West London club and extended his warmth towards the player by speaking of his achievements and the respect everyone holds for the defender.
“He is definitely one of the greatest or maybe the greatest player in Chelsea’s history. He has won everything for this club. He is respected by all of us.”
John Terry debuted for Chelsea in 1998 and has since won almost all possible silverware in the game. He has made 698 appearances for the club across all competitions and scoring sixty-six times. He was at his best in Chelsea’s all title winning campaigns, especially the last season that saw him start all of Chelsea’s Premier League matches.
He retired from international football in 2012, and in his glittering club career, he has won 5 FA Cups, 4 Premier League titles, 2 Community Shields, a UEFA Champions League and a UEFA Europa league.