Ex-Three Lions skipper has been in the capital since 1998.
There are still big question marks hanging over the future of Chelsea captain John Terry, despite the recent return for a second spell in charge at Stamford Bridge of Jose Mourinho, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
The veteran defender has been with the west London club his entire career, having made his Blues debut back in Oct 1998 and in the intervening 15-year period the 32-year-old has featured in a whopping 574 matches for the Premier League giants, scoring 55 goals in the process, including 32 strikes in his 387 top-flight games.
However, with a contract at the Bridge that runs only until June 30 2014, there are now huge doubts about the long-term Chelsea future of the former England captain, especially as the club have still to approach the player about a new deal.
Mourinho could, though, persuade Blues owner Roman Abramovich to offer the centre back a one-year contract extension as the Russian did recently with Frank Lampard.