John Terry among the frontrunners to take over at Brøndby IF - Reports

The Chelsea captain could be in line for a player/manager role

BY Cian Roche 11:15 Monday 14 March 2016, 11:15 14 Mar 2016

Reports emerging this morning indicate that John Terry could be heading for a managerial role if he leaves Chelsea at the end of the season.

The 35-year-old is set to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, with China and America other destinations for the defender.

Aurelijus Skarbalius is in temporary charge at Brøndby IF after Thomas Frank quit last week following a row with chairman Jan Bech Andersen.

Anderson is a friend of Terry and the chairman would likely offer the former England captain a player/coach role.

“There could be [a potential move] — one day!" Terry told TV2 back in 2014.

“After my matches for Chelsea the first thing I check out is what has happened with Brondby. I hope it goes well for the team and for Jan.

“He is so passionate about football.”



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