It was announced this week that the Blues skipper will finally be ending his Stamford Bridge career.
With the 36-year-old’s contract expiring this summer, Antonio Conte has opted against extending Terry’s deal.
As a result, the ex-England captain is searching for his next team.
Express Sport understands West Brom, Bournemouth and clubs in the Chinese Super League are pursuing Terry.
John Terry is searching for his next club with his Chelsea career ending this summer
His family apparently do not wish to leave their home they are renovating
Stoke, Palace and Swansea are also said to be in the hunt, while West Ham boss Slaven Bilic refused to rule out an approach.
According to The Times though, a move to Selhurst Park or the Vitality Stadium is preferred.
Terry currently lives in Oxshott, and has done for more than a decade.
His family apparently do not wish to leave their home they are renovating, after leaving an adjacent property two years ago.
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John Terry's desire to stay in Surrey means he could move to Selhurst Park and join Crystal Palace
With location being so key to the defender’s future, Bournemouth are expected to return with a contract offer.
The Cherries enquired about signing Terry on loan in January but were rebuffed, with the Chelsea legend looking to secure one final Premier League title.
Palace manager Sam Allardyce is also a huge admirer, and Terry could replace Liverpool loanee Mamadou Sakho in his backline.
According to the Daily Star, the Blues centre-half is after £80,000 a week from whichever Premier League club he would potentially choose.