Chelsea look set to release Terry at the end of the season.
The Blues skipper has lost his place in Antonio Conte's starting line-up and a parting of the ways seems inevitable this summer.
His contract expires in July and he is yet to put pen to paper on a new deal at Stamford Bridge.
Clubs from China and America have both been linked with moves for the 36-year-old.
However Petrescu, who clashed with Terry during his own time at Chelsea, has confirmed he would love to bring the veteran to Dubai.
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Chelsea captain John Terry has posted an Instagram story of himself learning to speak Portuguese – is this the clue he could be heading for the Stamford Bridge exit?
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Has Chelsea captain John Terry hinted at an imminent Stamford Bridge exit?
"Where will John Terry end up next season? Al Nasr. Of course, why not? I will call him and ask," he told the Gulf Times newspaper.
"I wish he was here. He's a very good friend and a good player. I don't know what he will do, but I wish him well.
"It depends on Chelsea. If they really want him he will stay, I'm sure.
"I think he should still play on. As a central defender it shouldn't be a problem and he is fit, so I'm sure he will play more.
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Dan Petrescu is confident he will sign John Terry
"He was no good for me [back in 1998], but maybe [that was because] I was not yet a coach. Normally I have a good eye, and can say 'this player can be big.'
"I was thinking he could be a good player, but not to the level he has reached.
"Maybe it was because we fought in our first training session. We had a very bad fight.
"I can't take any credit for shaping his career. He made it himself, not me.
"I was part of a great team with him. All the team was good, not only me."