John Terry has set a goal for a Premier League job, but will still be returning to Chelsea to take part in the youth team leaving Aston Villa.
Ohn Terry returns to Chelsea after a five-year absence and takes on the role of coach.
The legend of the Blues left in 2017 after the club’s most recent championship triumph led by Antonio Conte.
Terry went to play at Aston Villa and then in the league after admitting he didn’t want to play against Chelsea.
The 41-year-old then remained in Villa Park as a member of Dean Smith’s coaching staff until the summer.
Terry has set himself the goal of becoming a Premier League manager, but The Athletic said he recognized the difficulty of getting a top job.
As a result, the former English federal captain now hopes to get a role in the league, but in the meantime he will return to Chelsea as a youth development coach.
Terry’s home is still close to the club’s Cobham training base and will allow him to further strengthen his coaching credentials.
Several current Blues employees who played with the former defender allegedly influenced his return.
Petr Cech’s technical and performance consultant, Carlo Cudicini’s loan technical officer, and Neil Bath, the director of the academy, also spoke.
Terry’s former teammate Frank Lampard returned to Stamford Bridge in 2019 a year later at Derby County.
However, it only lasted 18 months before Roman Abramovich deteriorated due to his impatience and throaty nature.
Several of Terry’s former teammates in England have found jobs, notably Steven Gerrard, who is now making the big decisions at Villa Park after Smith’s successor.
The 41-year-old, who has played in more than 700 matches for Chelsea, is now helping out his former team’s academy.
In recent years, the Blues have been able to hit the treadmill of his talent, which has been able to move to new pastures for years.
Now they are like Mason Mount, Reece James and Callum Hudson-Odoi are part of the first team image.
Terry had previously said he would eventually want to control the West Londoners.
He told The Times: “My ultimate goal is to lead Chelsea Football Club. My team will hopefully be very honest, very organized, very well prepared and will win with a back four.
“I look at Lamps [Frank Lampard] and Stevie [Gerrard] and the success of both of them. Lamps is in his first season at Chelsea, and what Stevie did at the Rangers is incredible.
“I probably wasn’t ready to coach then. Yes now.”