JOHN TERRY has denied experiences of his retirement from soccer after it was claimed in a single day his enjoying days had been at an finish.
The previous England captain took to Instagram to disclose he was ‘weighing up all choices’ after leaving Aston Villa this summer time.
Terry, 37, spent final season with the Midlands membership as they narrowly missed out on a Premier League return however Villa misplaced 1-Zero to Fulham within the Championship play-off last.
He left the membership after the Wembley defeat and rumours swirled that the Chelsea legend was about to hold up his boots.
Terry’s Instagram submit stated: “Simply to substantiate I have not retired.
“I am at the moment having fun with my holidays with my household and weighing up ALL my choices.”
The Sunday Mirror had reported that his 20-year enjoying profession was over, with Sky set to take him on as a pundit to exchange the departing Thierry Henry.
Henry, himself aiming for a training function, has been linked with Steve Bruce’s job at Villa after the membership had been taken over by new house owners.
However Terry, who has been coaching with former membership Chelsea this summer time as he seems for a brand new membership, is not going to be taking a studio seat any time quickly.
The Occasions claimed that if Terry did retire, Villa would nonetheless be on the hook for his wages till the tip of his contract.
However the membership, who can be saved from extreme monetary difficulties by the takeover, are saved a possible £560,000 invoice.
Terry spent 19 years with Chelsea, making 717 appearances in all competitions and captaining them to 5 Premier League titles whereas scoring 67 objectives.
He additionally received 5 FA Cups, three League Cups and lifted the 2012 Champions League whereas at Stamford Bridge.
He joined Villa final summer time and made 32 Championship appearances en path to the play-off last.