Chelsea are reportedly not planning to discuss a new contract with John Terry right now, despite reports linking him with a move abroad.
Chelsea have reportedly decided against opening new contract discussions with captain John Terry just yet.
The centre-back's current deal is due to expire during the summer, which if no agreement is reached, would make him a free agent.
That is said to have alerted former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini, who recently took charge of Turkish outfit Galatasaray.
However, despite the speculation, the Blues are in no hurry to hold talks with the 32-year-old, according to the London Evening Standard.
It is believed that Terry is keen to remain with the West London outfit, having risen through the club's ranks.
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