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John Terry Set to Leave Chelsea for First Managerial Role in Saudi Pro League

Chelsea legend John Terry is reportedly set to leave the club and take up his first managerial role in the Saudi Pro League.

Chelsea legend John Terry is reportedly set to leave the club and take up his first managerial role in the Saudi Pro League.

Terry, who is currently working as a consultant in Chelsea’s academy, has been approached by Saudi Arabian side Al-Shabab and has verbally agreed to take on the job.

This move would mark Terry’s breakthrough into management and Chelsea will not stand in his way as a sign of respect for his almost two decades of service to the club.

While his departure will be a blow to Chelsea’s youth team, Terry’s coaching credentials and reputation are expected to attract big names to Al-Shabab.

This move follows a trend of current and former Premier League stars making the move to Saudi Arabia, including Steven Gerrard and Robbie Fowler.

Al-Shabab, currently 17th in the Pro League, are showing ambition by offering Terry a lucrative deal and have already signed players such as Yannick Carrasco and Ever Banega.

Terry has previous coaching experience, having worked as an assistant coach at Aston Villa and in a consultancy role at Chelsea.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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