Chelsea captain John Terry is a subject of interest from various Chinese clubs, reports the Mirror.
According to the report, Terry was a big hit in China when he went on an ambassadorial tour of Guangzhou last summer and received several offers from Chinese clubs during the summer.
The 34-year-old has slipped down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge this year, and might be tempted to leave if he receives a good offer.
Terry, who had a fantastic season at Stamford Bridge last year, has been dropped by Jose Mourinho for the recent games after some below-par performances at the beginning of the season.
The Mirror also reports that Turkish club Fenerbahce are also interested in the defender.
Terry, also known as Mr. Chelsea, has spent seventeen years at the club
Chelsea are set to sign former Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia on a short-term deal to provide cover for the injured goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
The Belgian goalkeeper is set to miss out on football at least till December and manager Jose Mourinho wants to have an experienced back-up to current first choice Asmir Begovic, at his disposal.
Amelia, who is a free agent at present, has made 41 appearances for AC Milan over a four-year spell before leaving the Rossoneri last year.
He then had a short spell at Serie B club Perugia last year. The 33-year-old was also a part of 2006 World Cup winning Italian squad and has made nine appearances for the Azzurri.
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