John Terry 'flattered' but 'not tempted' by Manchester City

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Chelsea captain John Terry has admitted that while he was flattered to be targeted by Manchester City, he was not in any way inclined to leave Stamford Bridge.

The England defender had been offered a staggering £300,000-a-week deal by mega-rich City, in a summer move that would have cost the Eastlands outfit a hefty £28 million.

However, despite Terry confessed that he was pleased by the Citizens' offer, the 28-year-old was never tempted to sign at the City of Manchester Stadium.

He told The Sun: "If I'd been tempted I'd have gone.

"I was flattered but that was it. The bid was £28 million but I don't know what kind of figures would have been thrown at me.

"I got a call from (chief executive) Peter Kenyon and told him I was flattered but I didn't want to leave."

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