Chelsea captain, Gary Cahill has been one of the most consistent centre-backs in the Premier League since the start of his career in 2004 at Aston Villa.

The England defender moved to Bolton Wanders in 2008 after two loan-spell at Burnley and Sheffield United.

Cahill left The Wanderers in 2012 for London side Chelsea where he has made 274 appearances winning two Premier League titles, Champions League and Europa League.

With the Englishman winds up his Chelsea career, we take a look at some destinations for Cahill in the future.

5. West Ham United

With Cahill is now ageing, his playing level is declining and he needs to look for a middle club in which he will fit.

New Hammers boss David Moyes needs some experienced defender to bring back the London side in the Premier League calibre.

4. Everton

Everton received a huge boost following Sam Allardyce’s appointment, as they now ninth in Premier League table.

With English defender Phil Jagielka is in his last year at Goodson Park, the Merseysiders need to replace the 35-year-old.

England vice-captain Cahill, who will look to improve his form, is the right man to fill the void at the club.

3. West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion recently appointed Alan Pardew as new manager following Tony Pulis dismissal.

Pardew, whose side is at the bottom of the table, will look to reverse the poor performances of the club.

With the addition of Cahill next season, West Bromwich Albion will be having a strong defence.