West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is not ruling out a move for Chelsea defender John Terry.
The former England captain will end his illustrious Chelsea career at the end of this season, and many clubs are already scrambling in an attempt to sign up the most successful captain in Chelsea history.
Tony Pulis was quoted earlier this week in having an interest in bringing Terry to West Brom – and now West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has also refused to rule out a move for the center back.
Bilic said: “We are going to see, I’m a big admirer of John, he is one of the best that ever played, not only in that position but in general.
“We are pretty well covered in that position, we have quality and we have experience, but we will see. You never say never.”
Although it seems unlikely that Terry would willingly play for another Premier League club – especially one based in London, it is not impossible.
With various Premier League clubs appearing to be interested in Terry, it will come down to if he feels he can still play at such a level, and if he can bring himself to wear a shirt in the Premier League that is not adorned by the Chelsea crest.