Manchester City have been tracking John Terry for a good time now in the summer and have reportedly made numerous bids for Chelsea.
The Blues captain is an icon of the team and an integral part of Chelsea's strong defense. Carlo Ancelotti and the Chelsea board have made it clear that they are not interested in selling their skipper.
However, Mark Hughes remains optimistic and continues to chase the England international.
Manchester City's race to sign Terry has angered The Blues that they are threatening to report City's actions to the Premier League.
But with rumors that Terry might be interested in a move to the City of Manchester Stadium and feels neglected at Chelsea, the question is: Would it be a wise move?
Not at all.
John Terry is a god-like figure at Chelsea. The fans love him, he is paid very well, and already plays in the Champions League with a team that is always among the favorites to land Europe's most prestigious title.
So why leave? Is is all for some extra cash? It's not worth it, captain.
Terry has had a great role to play with Chelsea's back-to-back titles and continues to be such an important player in the team.
At Manchester City, he won't be realizing his potential more than he is currently doing in West London.
He won't be playing in the UEFA Champions League—at least not in his first year.
It will be a strictly materialistic move, and Chelsea fans will surely tag Terry a traitor.
Instead of moving to City for extra cash, Terry can stay and enjoy his years at Chelsea where the fans worship him, the board pays him well and he gets to win major silverware.
That won't be a wise move at all, captain.