The Swansea City manager Paul Clement made a promise to contact the departing Chelsea captain John Terry concerning his football future, while adamant that extensive summer surgery on his team will be unnecessary after their brush with relegation.

John Terry is ready and has decided to bring the curtain down on his remarkable Chelsea career during the Chelsea’s English Premier League final match against Sunderland.

Clement reportedly said that he has some plans if Terry decides to continue playing football, admitting his side would be glad to have the former England international.

Swansea ultimately made it out of the relegation zone, and their coach, who worked with Terry during his time as Carlo Ancelotti’s assistant at Chelsea said:

“I have not contacted John Terry yet, I am going to ensure our stay in the Premier League first. He has a lot on himself, he still has one big game at Chelsea as well which I am certain his send-off will be unique. I will discuss things with him. “

Clement also noted that although he was not a stranger to Terry, he can’t still be able to correctly predict what Terry could be planning. He also noted that Terry could decide to remain in the EPL or go abroad.

The coach took charge of Swansea in the beginning of January as the club was being matched on at the foot of the table having been able to extract just 12 points from 19 matches.

Swansea have since bagged twenty six points from eighteen matches which has helped them off relegation zone leaving Middlesbrough, Hull City and Sunderland occupying the positions.

John Terry was given a befitting 26th minute send-off during the last match against Sunderland as the whole players and the fans celebrated the legend’s departure.