Chelsea veteran John Terry has a year left to run on his current contract, so it should come as no surprise to learn that clubs are sniffing around for his services.
Turkish club Fenerbache are reportedly ready to offer Terry a whopping £2.5m a year to join next season, according to The Mail.
Terry was centre stage as Chelsea lost 3-0 to City at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho hauling him off at half time, the first time the boss has ever done so in a league match.
If the move went ahead Terry would join a host of former Premership stars who made the trip to Turkey, including Blues legend Didier Drogba and Robin Van Persie.
The defender hasn't made his intentions public, but it's understood that a coaching role at Stamford Bridge is a possibility.