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Published: 09:41 | 4/3/16

Terry hopeful of new Chelsea deal


John Terry remains hopeful that he will be offered a new deal at Chelsea but is open to moving away.

At the start of February, Terry revealed he would be leaving his boyhood club at the end of the season after Chelsea said no to a new deal.

Chelsea subsequently revealed they were open to offering him a new deal but an offer has yet to be made and the captain's future remains unclear.

While he is hopeful that he will still be at Chelsea next season, he is open to offers from other clubs.

"I'm very hopeful. I've been there 21 years and I'll never kind of give up until it finally happens. But, who knows?" Terry said.

I've still got a lot to give, whether that's here [Chelsea] or somewhere else, for sure."

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