The 36 year old Chelsea player’s footballing career is on the verge and he says that it will be great if he becomes the manager of Chelsea football club one day.


The Chelsea skipper is hoping to manage his current team one day with Frank Lampard and he is on the verge to bring the curtain down in his footballing career.

This season the 36 year old player suffered many injuries and now he was on the bench for many games under the Italian manager.

After this season his contract with his club will end and there is no further contract offered to him by the club.

So by seeing this situation we can say that he is ready to hang up his boots.

 A Few days ago his compatriot Frank Lampard has taken the same decision and he wishes that both of them can manage Chelsea in the upcoming days.

In an interview he added: "We used to laugh and joke about that. That would be the dream for us two. Who knows?

"But I don't think it's as simple as that. We both appreciate and understand that it's important to get our coaching badges.

"It's important to go out and gain the experience, whether that's in the youth, reserves or other teams at Chelsea or at other football clubs.

"If we get to come back in 10 or 15 years and be at the peak of our careers as managers and do a great job, that would be unbelievable."

Now this season under the Italian manager Chelsea team is doing great and they are sitting 12 points clear from the second spot on the EPL table and ha can remain very long at Chelsea.

Terry added: "He's got new ideas and it's been great for me working with him towards the end of my career,”

"I genuinely feel I can play for another couple of years. You want to play every week, but there comes a point when you're not. It happens to everyone, it happens to the best footballers in the world."