Iconic Chelsea skipper John Terry has revealed that he has several options to continue his career in either China or Turkey, the Daily Mirror reports.
The 34-year-old has lost his status as a guaranteed starter at Stamford Bridge this season, but has been offered one final big pay day in China after impressing during an ambassadorial tour of Guangzhou last summer.
He is said to have several offers from Chinese clubs (via Mirror) but Turkish giants Fenerbahce are also believed to be monitoring his situation with the view of making a move for his signature when he becomes a free agent next summer.
However, should he move on it is widely believed that he will depart for China, having already seen former teammates Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba depart for the country when their own Chelsea careers came to an end.
Ex-England manager Sven Goran Eriksson is managing in the Chinese Super League with Shanghai SIPG, and are thought to be attempting to finance a move.