Club captain John Terry has been on the outside looking in at Chelsea this season under Antonio Conte but that hasn’t driven him to considering leaving the club.

According to the Daily Star, Terry has rejected offers from three MLS clubs in order to stay put at Chelsea for the immediate future.

Terry has spent his entire professional career at Stamford Bridge making 680 appearances for the Blues to date but has found first-team opportunities hard to come by this season under Conte, featuring in just nine games in all competitions.

He signed a one-year extension with the club last summer which takes him until the end of the current season and it remains unknown whether Chelsea intend to hand the 36-year-old a new deal.

Capped 78 times by England, Terry has made it known that he wishes to continue his playing career beyond this season and he hopes it’s with Chelsea.

With his future uncertain, the defender has decided to wait until June to make a decision on his future, turning down £200k-a-week contract offers from MLS sides LA Galaxy, New York Red Bulls and Orlando City in the process as he weighs up his next move.

If he is to leave Chelsea and he wants to continue playing, Terry’s likely next move would be a logical and lucrative switch with the MLS and Chinese Super League some likely destinations.

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