West Bromwich Albion will again lead the race to sign John Terry this summer, with Tony Pulis determined to take the Chelsea captain to the Hawthorns at the second time of asking.

Pulis made a move for ex-England skipper Terry in January, but the 36-year-old wanted to remain at Stamford Bridge.

However Monday’s announcement that Terry WILL leave the Premier League leaders this summer has primed Pulis to make a fresh move.

Terry has been a bit-part player under Antonio Conte this season, making just five appearances in the league - none since November 5.

However, the veteran centre-half is still keen to carry on playing, declaring: "I feel I still have plenty to offer on the pitch but understand that opportunities here at Chelsea will be limited for me.