John Terry’s contract runs up at the end of the season, and the Chelsea captain might not be a Chelsea player next season as it’s looking likely that his contract wouldn’t be renewed.
The 36-year-old faced a similar situation last season but was finally given a contract extension as he rejected offers from China and the MLS.
Michael Ballack who called it quits in 2012 has some words of advice for the Chelsea legend.
“He is a player with that history and charisma,” Ballack told Sky Sports.
“He’s such a Chelsea boy and they love him there.
“I know what it means if your career comes to an end and you’re getting older.
“You don’t know whether you extend your contract, play for another club or go abroad to America.
“I’m sure he has some options but if you think long-term, you have to feel comfortable with the decision.
“If you don’t feel comfortable with what you want to do then don’t do it. That’s what I can advise.
“It’s not always easy to make a decision because you must be 100per cent convinced.
“He can’t really make a lot of mistakes with that career so he should be happy and calm.”