According to the UK Express, Bristol City started having an interest in John Terry, who is the Assitant Head Coach at Aston Villa, after their first choice, Steven Gerrard rejected the offer.
Steven Gerrard is currently managing Rangers and he’s reportedly not interested in moving to the West Country. On the other hand, Terry has indicated his interest to join Bristol City.
The defender turned coach had always spoken about his desire to manage a club. He is reportedly inspired by what his colleague, Frank Lampard is doing at Chelsea and would want to replicate the same and even more at a different club of interest.
John Terry [GettyImage]
Bristol City lost to Swansea away from home on Saturday via a superb goal from Connor Roberts to end their top-six hopes. The club currently sits at 11th position with 62 points in the Championship.
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