Former Chelsea captain, John Terry, has opened up on how signing for Chelsea as a young 14 year old boy caused a rift in his family.
Terry, now working as an assistant coach at Aston Villa joined the Blues at age 14, after starting his career as a junior with West Ham.
Terry spent 19 seasons with Chelsea while making 717 appearances across all competitions, cementing his position as a club legend during his stay and winning lots of titles.
He has now admitted that his father tried his best so he could sign for Manchester United as he didn’t want him to sign for Chelsea.
According to Terry, his father was so mad at his choice that he refused joining him at his official signing.