John Terry is reportedly ready to call time on his Blues career.
Terry has struggled for game time at Chelsea since Antonio Conte took the reins in the summer.
The 35-year-old’s contract runs out at the end of the season and a renewal isn’t on the cards.
Clubs from the Chinese Super League are reportedly determined to bring him to the Far East.
But The Sun claim Terry is ready to follow in the footsteps of his old team-mates by moving to La Galaxy.
The Blues skipper played alongside Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole at Chelsea and he is set to emulate them by moving to the US.
It is said Galaxy have sounded out the veteran over a move and he is free to move to America when their “secondary” transfer window reopens on July 10.
Lampard spent the final of two years of his career at New York City while Cole is still going strong with Galaxy.
And Terry is already preparing to say goodbye to the Chelsea fans when they face Sunderland at home in the final game of the season on May 21.