Chelsea legend, John Terry is ‘set to make first managerial breakthrough’ by joining Al-Shabab.
According to the UK Sun, Terry was approached by the Saudi Pro League side two months ago and a deal was verbally agreed.
The 42-year-old was offered an initial contract of at least two years.
However, this could go up to four years should the deal be finalised.
If Terry gets the role, he will be joining other ex-Premier League stars in the Saudi Pro League, including former England team-mate Steven Gerrard who currently manages Al-Ettifaq.
This would be Terry’s first full managerial role, after working as a consultant in Chelsea’s youth academy this year.