Chelsea are preparing for the future and will look to keep John Terry at the club after the defender announces his retirement.
As reported by The Times, Chelsea will add a clause that includes a non-playing role at Stamford Bridge into his new contract when the club begins talks over a new deal later this year.
The Chelsea captain is in the final year of his contract at the club and is yet to be handed a new extension, however, it looks like that is not too far away for the skipper.
The deal will suit both parties as it is thought that Terry is keen on a coaching role at his boyhood club, who he has been at since the age of just 14.
The 35-year-old has been an asset to Chelsea Football Club and has been playing some of his best football in his later years. The Blues are keen to not miss out on what the defender can still bring to the club.