Chelsea legend John Terry is set to leave the club at the end of the season after 22 successful years at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues today confirmed that their club captain will seek pastures new when his contract comes to a close at the end of June and this therefore means that the former England skipper will be available to sign on a free transfer.

One club that could be sniffing around a potential move for the 36-year-old is West Brom, with Tony Pulis a known admirer of the defensive stalwart.

It’s almost certain that Terry won’t be short of potential suitors when he does become a free agent, but there’s a good chance that he’ll want to remain in his homeland and could look towards the Hawthorns as the ideal destination for him to continue playing in the twilight stages of his illustrious career.

So, we’ve taken a look at two pros and two cons to potentially signing Terry this summer!

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