John Terry to visit Pakistan with Ronaldinho and friends

I am hope to personally visit Pakistan in the future: John Terry
Shukriya Pakistan

Leisure Leagues have announced Chelsea’s legendary player and the current captain, John Terry as the latest eighth player to join Brazilian legend Ronaldinho on his visit to Pakistan.

Earlier, he himself announced via a video message that he is hopeful to visit Pakistan personally and see the development himself.

“I hope to personally visit Pakistan in the future to see the development myself and hopefully play a showcase match,” he said in the video.

The living legend wished luck to his fellow footballers, Ronaldinho and Nicholas Anelka, who are due to visit Pakistan soon and play an exhibition match with Pakistan youth.

“I like to wish Ronaldinho and my ex-teammate Nicholas Anelka all the very best for their forthcoming event,” he added.

The 36-year old English footballer also wished luck to Leisure League, who is launching themselves in Pakistan and bringing international footballers to the country.

“I want to wish Leisure Leagues all the success with their launch (in Pakistan),” he said.