Chelsea captain John Terry is a target for cashed-up Middle Eastern clubs. The Sunday Mirror says clubs are investigating the opportunity of signing the Blues' centre back.

Terry's former England manager Sven Goran ­Eriksson is now sporting director at Al Nasr, while current UAE Pro-League champions Al-Ain and ­ambitious Al Jazira could also afford him.

The chairman of the Al Jazira Sports Company is Sheikh Mansour, who tried to sign Terry for ­Manchester City in 2009.

A UAE-based source said: "There are a few clubs who could afford John Terry and his signing would be a ­massive coup over here."

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