London, July 8 (ANI): England and Chelsea captain John Terry is demanding showdown talks with club owner Roman Abramovich over his future.
According to The Sun, Terry is furious nobody at the club has spoken to him since Manchester City tabled a 30-million-pound bid last week.
Terry, 28, feels insulted by the Stamford Bridge silence.
"It's unbelievable - even though he's the club captain and one of the Blues' most important players, senior management at the club haven't once tried to talk to him. John wants to know what's going on and, more importantly, whether Chelsea actually want to keep him or cash in while they have a chance," an insider said.
Terry takes home 20,000-pounds-a-week less than his England teammate Frank Lampard (151,000-pounds-a-week).
Big-spending City are prepared to give the Three Lions skipper the wages he believes he deserves and are desperate to make him the bedrock of their new-look side.
Terry has played 272 games for Chelsea and scored 17 goals in 11 senior years at the club. (ANI)