John Terry, one of the most decorated players in the Premier League, has announced his retirement as a player.
Twenty-two years as a Blue. Fifteen major trophies. One of the finest careers of any Englishman in the history of the game.— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) October 7, 2018
Enjoy your retirement, JT. 💙 #CaptainLeaderLegend pic.twitter.com/t3KuoHomhK
The 37-year-old former Chelsea captain won five PL titles in a glittering career at Stamford Bridge.
He was at the club for 22 years, making a total of 492 Premier League appearances, and also won five FA Cups and the UEFA Champions League.
He left Chelsea in the summer of 2017 and spent a season at Aston Villa, helping them reach the Championship play-off final.