We look at John Terry's options after the Chelsea legend confirmed he will leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.
The 36-year-old revealed he will move on after over two decades at the club, having found his playing time limited in Antonio Conte's league-leading side.
Other than confirming his intentions to play on, the centre-back has given no indication as to where he will go next, but suggests he is likely to remain in the Premier League.Here's a look at the favourites to secure his services...
Could Terry be set to pair up with Gareth McAuley and form a 73-year-old partnership at the heart of Tony Pulis' defence? The odds suggest it's a realistic possibility. The Baggies have been backed into early favourites to land Terry, with Sky Bet reporting the majority of money coming from them since opening the market.Pulis confirmed the club enquired about the availability of Terry in January as they look to build on another impressive season, in which they've consolidated their position as a top-half Premier League side.
Eddie Howe will be hoping Bournemouth are heading in the same direction, although their status in the top-tier is still not certain as they sit 16th and seven points clear of the drop-zone with five games remaining.Assuming they do avoid relegation, Terry would add valuable experience to a side which is largely in tact since promotion from the Sky Bet Championship.And Bournemouth have already shown an interest in the former England international, enquiring about the possibility of taking him on loan last January.
Would Terry follow in the footsteps of David Beckham, Frank Lampard and Steve Gerrard by heading to the States? MLS sides have typically pursued more attacking players as their marque signings, while Terry would probably need to take a considerable pay cut.The four-time Premier League winner revealed in an interview at the end of 2015 that "maybe there is a time" when he would look to go to play in America
One destination which almost certainly wouldn't result in a pay cut is a move to the Chinese Super League, which has attracted a swarm of talented players over the last 12 months.Some of those include Terry's form team-mates Oscar, Ramires, John Obi Mikel, Oscar, Alexandre Pato and Ricardo Carvalho all signed up, although no high-profile English players have made the switch. Terry's ex-managers are also currently in charge of Chinese clubs, with Luiz Felipe Scolari at Guangzhou Evergrande and Sven-Goran Eriksson in the second tier with Shenzhen FC.
Crystal Palace (8/1) follow in the betting after all but securing their survival under Sam Allardyce, while newly-promoted Brighton are 9/1 to recruit Terry for their first ever Premier League campaign.Newcastle look to set join them but are 20/1 shots while West Ham and Watford are both considered as 16/1 chances.