Second City Duo Fighting Over JT
It appears that there is a heavy Chinese influence on just where John Terry might be playing his football next season.
We`ve, in previous articles, covered how the big two Birmingham clubs, Aston Villa and Birmingham City, are interested in acquiring the services of JT, and that appears to be an ongoing battle according to the Sunday People.
Both the interested clubs have Chinese owners, Birmingham City are owned by Trillion Trophy Asia, owned by Paul Suen, whilst Aston Villa are run by Dr Toni Xia.
Both recognise that JT would be a remarkable signing what with his wealth of experience, man-motivating characteristics and status.
Furthermore, the belief is given that a move down into the Championship would prevent the scenario whereby JT might, if he were to join Bournemouth, be faced with playing against his beloved Chelsea.
It remains to be seen if JT is willing to drop down into the Championship or whether he opts for a career away from the UK in either China or the US.