John Terry has been offered a contract by Harry Redknapp’s Birmingham City, report the BBC.
The former Chelsea and England captain left the club this summer after 22 years, in which he made 717 appearances and won 13 major honours.
Although winning the Premier League in his final season, Terry featured just 14 times under Antonio Conte, who eased the long-time captain out of the picture.
Speaking with TalkSport, Redknapp confirmed that he and Birmingham had made an offer to Terry.
“We’ve made him a good offer and we have done the best we can,” he said. “It’s up to John now, but we would love him at Birmingham.”
Redknapp joined Birmingham at the tail end of last season and saved them from relegation, despite a disastrous spell under the previous manager, former Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola, report The Telegraph.
The signing of Terry would be Redknapp’s second at Birmingham, following that of David Stockdale, per the BBC, who joined on a free transfer. Terry had recently played under the former Spurs boss at Michael Carrick’s testimonial, as he captained Redknapp’s All-Stars, as reported by Joe.co.uk.