Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

John Terry - Good Fit For Swansea or Past It?

John Terry - Good Fit For Swansea or Past It?

Swansea City head coach Paul Clement says that he will "have a conversation" with potential transfer target John Terry during the summer.

"John Terry has been a colossus at this football club but he wants to play for another couple of years", Chivers told Goal .

Plenty of clubs both at home and overseas have emerged as potential suitors for Terry, who is also said to be contemplating the possibility of retirement. I have known him a long time but I don't know what his thinking is, whether he will carry on'.

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Terry, 36, is set to bring the curtain down on his Blues career in the champions' final league game against Sunderland on Sunday.

Clement will speak to Swansea's American owners next week about summer recruitment.

'I will have a conversation with him.

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As reported by the Independent, Collins said: "John Terry text me and Mark Noble saying, 'If you boys beat Tottenham there's a dinner or a night out on the Chelsea boys, ' so that was nice". I don't know what his thinking is, whether he'll go on here in the Premier League or overseas, that's all unsure at the moment.

Swansea host West Brom on the same day, and ahead of that game Clement said: "I'm going to get this season done, and he's obviously got a lot on himself".

West Ham prevailed with a 1-0 victory against Tottenham when the sides met at London Stadium on May 5th, with the result providing Chelsea with a major boost in their quest to win the Premier League title.

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"All the terms have been agreed, he just needs to sign", said Clement. "He and all my backroom staff have been fantastic".

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