Experienced Chelsea star John Terry, has received a big-money offer to join the Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhue, according to the media.
Terry has now been categorised as a fringe player at Stamford Bridge following the arrival of Antonia Conte in the summer.
The former England captain started the season well, but has since found himself sidelined, mainly due to injuries and has been unable to win his place back.
Cesar Azpilicueta, David Luiz and Gary Cahill have formed a solid back-three partnership and in the absence of Terry, Cahill has been promoted to captain.
Terry got offered a lucrative deal to join Shanghai Shenhua in January according to the Sun, and they are looking to capitalise seeing how Terry is now seen as a peripheral figure at Stamford Bridge.
Shenhua are offering a one-year deal to the experienced centre-back, paying around £12 million after tax, according to the report.
Terry only has six month left to run on his current one-year deal at the Bridge.