John Terry suggests Chelsea contract offer is "for different role"

Captain had been expected to depart Stamford Bridge

BY Raf Diallo 21:10 Friday 13 May 2016, 21:10 13 May 2016

Picture by: Adam Davy / PA Archive/Press Association Images

Chelsea captain John Terry says the contract extension offered to him by the club is "a different role", and that he'll take time to "consider it carefully".

The current deal of the long-serving skipper runs out in the summer.

If he decides against coming to an agreement, it would mean he's played his last match for them, as he's suspended for Sunday's final Premier League game at home to Leicester.

Terry took to Instagram to comment on today's contract offer update:

 

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