John Terry to MLS: Chelsea captain admits he could make US move in a few years

Terry open to move in latter years

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Chelsea captain John Terry has admitted he is open to moving to Major League Soccer, but wants to finish his career at Stamford Bridge.

The centre-back played every minute in the Premier League this season as he led his team to the fourth title of his career.

With former England team-mates Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard set to move to the US this summer, the 34-year-old has admitted that he may consider moving stateside, but would like to stay in west London.

"I would love to finish my career at Chelsea and maybe there is a time when I look to go to play in America or whatever might be best for my family at the time," Terry told TalkSPORT.

"Hopefully I have a couple of years left at least. I always thought I could get to age of 35 and still (be) playing and I am getting close to that now."

This season saw the first trophies of Mourinho's second spell won, with the Blues also winning the Capital One Cup.

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The Portuguese won two league titles in his first spell, from June 2004 to September 2007, with the core of the team staying together for the best part of a decade and also winning the 2012 Champions League.

Terry believes the current squad, and the youth players coming through the Chelsea ranks, is capable of surpassing those achievements.

He added: "Looking at this squad now, I think this squad has the potential to do a lot more than we did in the past, well beyond my playing days."

Additional reporting from PA