Date: 15th June 2017 at 8:56am
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Birmingham City manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed that the club have made John Terry a ‘good offer’.

The Blues boss has been showing an ambitious interest in the Chelsea legend and former England captain who will leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

Vital Birmingham understands that a lucrative package has been put together that includes a healthy salary and bonuses.

The 36-year-old defender would be a coup for Blues.

The player is now considering his options with 11 or 12 other clubs interested.

Some reports in Spain and Italy – where Terry also has interest – claim that his move to B9 is a done deal.

While this is not the case, Terry has received firm offers from the second city. What Redknapp has put on the table has trumped the package Aston Villa were proposing for his services.

Rob Wildey’s thoughts

While any package to lure a player of Terry’s calibre to St. Andrews will be a huge financial outlay, the upturn in shirt and ticket sales will reimburse a small part of the funds.

Whoever Terry signs for will be getting a player with experience, leadership and drive. He may be in the twilight years of his illustrious career, but signing Terry would send fans of any club into overdrive.

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