John Terry has been summoned for a meeting with Chelsea executives where he will discover if the club have decided to perform a U-turn and offer him a new deal.
Terry will meet with director Marina Granovskaia and technical director Michael Emenalo this week where he will be told of the club’s final decision on his future, according to The Times.
The Chelsea captain is expected to leave as he reaches the final weeks of his current deal after 21 years at Stamford Bridge.
He revealed in February that discussions about a new deal had broken down.
After Chelsea’s 5-1 FA Cup fourth-round win at MK Dons, he said: “It’s a ‘no’ (to a new deal) at the minute.
“The club will move on. No player is ever bigger than the club. No doubt they’ll sign one or two great centre-backs.”
“It will be (his next move) elsewhere for sure. I couldn’t play for another Premier League club.
“It’s not going to be a fairytale ending. I’m not going to retire at Chelsea, which it took me a couple of days to get over.”
But this week maintained he wanted to say at the club for another two years.