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John Terry Confirms He Won’t Move to Spartak Moscow.. But Does Have Three Other Clubs Interest

John Terry Confirms He Won’t Move to Spartak Moscow.. But Does Have Three Other Clubs Interest

John Terry has confirmed that he won’t move to Spartak Moscow – but does have three other clubs interested in signing him.

The Chelsea legend has been without a club since leaving Aston Villa at the end of last season.

He has been linked with a number of teams, most recently Spartak Moscow – with Terry reportedly on his way to a medical with the Russian giants at the weekend for a medical.

But Terry has now revealed that he’s knocked that deal back and will instead pursue other options to continue his career.

And according to the statement released via Daily Mail’s Lee Clayton this evening, Terry has three other clubs interested in signing him:

Despite being 37, Terry was a top performer for Villa as they went to the playoff final last season and he could still play a vital role for any team looking for an experienced option at centre back.

But who is in the market for that kind of centre half? Celtic maybe?

Let us know in the comments below..

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