Valencia target January move for ex-England skipper John Terry

02 November 2012 04:08

John Terry could leave Chelsea as early as this January – with a move abroad to Spain on the cards. Spanish side Valencia appear to be very close to signing the Chelsea skipper.

The Mirror are reporting that John Terry could be on board for a sensational transfer to Spanish side Valencia as early as this January.

The former England captain has been fined financially by Chelsea & The FA – as well as being banned domestically for four games – despite being deemed innocent by Westminster Magistrate Howard Riddle.

Now, FIFA Agent Francois Gallardo has claimed Terry has been offered a chance to relaunch his career in Spain – due to being dissapointed by Chelsea's backing in his cause. Valencia are ready to offer JT an 18 month contract with a fruther year – meaning he could be playing for the Spanish at 34.

Gallardo told Radio Intereconomia: “Valencia are negotiationg, and I am involved in person, with the signing in January – the offer is on his table.”

JT has been made aware he will not be given a new contract at the end of his current deal, set to expire in 2014 and feels 'insulted' by the club.

Gallardo added: “Terry has problems. They are insulting him and he is not taking it anymore – he asked to leave.”

Gallardo continuted: “Its real. This has been going on for 15 days and two meeting have already taken place. The deal is already on his table – a year and a half plus one. I think he will accept.”

It is difficult to put a price on JT. The Chelsea stalwart has been an iconic figure throughout his career at Chelea – but followed by plenty of controversy.

With Russian billionare Roman Abramovich only offering the 30+ Chelsea player's one year deals – Terry may feel a potential two and a half year deal security as well as a new life style in the capital of Spain may be the ideal scenario to re launch not only his career – but his life aswell.

Source: DSG