John Terry linked with West Ham move

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Chelsea defender John Terry could make a shock move to West Ham United at the end of the season, according to reports.

The Daily Mail claims the Hammers will make a move to sign the former England skipper at the end of the campaign, although QPR will also join the race for the veteran if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the playoffs.

Terry, who has spent his entire professional career at Chelsea, is out of contract this summer - 16-years after making his debut for the club in 1998.

In that time, the 33-year-old has won three Premier League titles, five FA Cups, two League Cups, one Champions League and a Europa League trophy, becoming a Blues legend in the process.

However, the player is yet to agree a new deal at Stamford Bridge - like Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole - and could be on his way out of Chelsea before the start of the next campaign.

West Ham United have produced another solid Premier League effort this term, with Sam Allardyce guiding the side to a mid-table finish after initial fears over relegation.

Adding Terry would be a major coup for the Hammers, although their is little chance that they will be challenging for trophies in the immediate future.

That said, the opportunity to stay in the capital is likely to be appealing, which is why West Ham may face competition from Harry Redknapp's side if they return to the top flight.

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