Former Chelsea captain John Terry is set to gain his first senior management role after reportedly agreed to take over at Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Shabab.
According to the Sun, Terry was approached by the Saudi club two months ago and a deal has already been verbally agreed.
The publication adds that the retired centre-back has been offered an initial contract of at least two years, but this could go up to four years should the deal be finalised.
The 42-year-old, who retired from playing football in 2018, has worked as assistant coach at Leicester City and Aston Villa and is currently on a one year deal as a consultant in the Chelsea academy.
Should a deal be completed, Terry will link up with several other European coaches in Saudi Arabia, including his former England team-mate Steven Gerrard, who is the boss of Al-Ettifaq.