Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has been urged to move for Chelsea legend John Terry this summer
The 36-year-old centre-back has announced he will leave the Blues at the end of the current season but intends to continue playing.
And former England international Danny Mills and Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam think the Red Devils should join those teams in the battle for the Chelsea skipper’s signature.
‘I couldn’t [see Terry in a Manchester United shirt], but if I was a Mourinho I would go and take him,’ Adam said on BBC Radio 5 Live. ‘I’d say to him “listen, come and play for a year”. And why not, [he’s] a leader, a winner.’
Danny Mills agreed that Mourinho, who knows Terry well from his two spells at Chelsea, should look to bring him in.
‘Even to have him on the training pitch, around the place, that experience [would be good for United].
‘I think JT’s doing his coaching badges as well at the moment. I’m sure he’d want to learn again from that side of it.’
Since his debut in 1998, Terry has played over 700 games for the London-based club, winning four Premier League trophies as well as the Champions League and Europa League.
Chelsea’s No.26, who reportedly earns £50,000-a-week at Stamford Bridge, will overtake Roy Keane as the captain to win the most Prem titles if Antonio Conte’s side hold off Tottenham Hotspur’s challenge.