Chelsea captain wanted by Turkish juggernauts on free transfer at the end of the season.
Galatasaray are stepping up their pursuit of Chelsea defender John Terry, report the Daily Mail.
The Turkish giants are set to offer Terry a three year-deal on huge terms in order to tempt him away from Stamford Bridge, where he initially came through the youth ranks.
After sporadic appearances last season under Rafa Benitez, Terry appears to be first choice centre back again under returning boss Jose Mourinho, and the Portuguese manager has already suggested that the former England captain deserves a contract extension given his current form.
However, Terry is 33 years-old in December, and it would be understandable for the Blues skipper to elect to head to the Turkish league for one last big pay day.
Terry is unlikely to still be first choice at Chelsea at the age of 36, and so given that he is able to negotiate with foreign teams from January 1st, this story could have some legs.