John Terry looks low-key while his wife Toni shows off her figure in a green bikini in Portugal


John Terry looks low-key in a pair of shades while his wife Toni shows off her incredible figure in a green bikini during their sun-soaked Portugal holiday

He recently revealed he had turned down three managerial job offers and has no plans to manage or coach in the future.

And John Terry enjoyed some time off in Portugal on Wednesday as he soaked up the sun on a beach in the Algarve with his wife Toni. 

The former Aston villa assistant manager, 41, who took up a coaching consultancy role at Chelsea last year, cut a casual figure in a grey t-shirt, khaki shorts and flip flops. 

Relaxed: They appeared to be having having a chill day at the beach

Holiday: John Terry enjoyed some time off in Portugal on Wednesday as he soaked up the sun on a beach in the Algarve with his wife Toni

Earlier in the day, he was spotted strolling along the beach in a mint green shirt, while sporting a pair of sunglasses.

Meanwhile, Toni showed off her incredible figure in a dark green bikini while she topped up her tan.

The beauty shaded her face from the sun with a pair of shades and a straw hat.

She was then spotted covering up in a chic white playsuit and sporting sandals as they left the beach.

Stunning: Toni showed off her incredible figure in a dark green bikini while she topped up her tan

Stunning: Toni showed off her incredible figure in a dark green bikini while she topped up her tan

Looking good: The former Aston villa assistant manager, 41, cut a casual figure in a mint green shirt, khaki shorts and flip flops

Happy: He beamed while sporting a pair of sunglasses during the outing

Looking good: The former Aston villa assistant manager, 41, cut a casual figure in a mint green shirt, khaki shorts and flip flops

Sun-kissed: The beauty shaded her face from the sun with a pair of shades and a straw hat

Sun-kissed: The beauty shaded her face from the sun with a pair of shades and a straw hat

Casual: She was then spotted covering up in a chic white playsuit and sporting sandals as they left the beach

Casual: She was then spotted covering up in a chic white playsuit and sporting sandals as they left the beach

Portugal has been hit by a series of blazes in recent days, with some encroaching on the exclusive neighbourhood of Quinta do Lago where properties sell for between £1million and £9.5million, home to stars including John, Roman Abramovich, Duncan Bannatyne and Steven Gerrard.

Footage shows swirling flames tearing through the luxury Portuguese resort, destroying golf courses as panicked tourists desperately tried to flee in their cars from the looming inferno.

Thousands of firefighters and volunteers are battling blazes across the country with one devastated villager describing flames as ‘looking like the devil’.

The blistering heat has caused similar fires to break out in Spain, France, Turkey and Croatia as Europe continues to suffer under the furnace-like heat dome blanketing the continent.

Getaway: John updated his 7.1 million followers on the trip, posting a picture of himself with a glass of wine posing in front of a stunning beach

Getaway: John updated his 7.1 million followers on the trip, posting a picture of himself with a glass of wine posing in front of a stunning beach

Work: John took to social media to admit that he had turned down three managerial positions

Work: John took to social media to admit that he had turned down three managerial positions

Earlier this month, John admitted to rejecting three managerial job offers and says he won’t be entering the dug-out in the future after fans questioned his future in football on social media. 

He took up a coaching consultancy role at Chelsea last year – a part-time position designed to help develop the club’s talent.

Assuring fans just how happy he is in the role, Terry took to social media to stress that he has not been shying away from roles in management.

Career: He took up a coaching consultancy role at Chelsea last year - a part-time position designed to help develop the club's talent

Career: He took up a coaching consultancy role at Chelsea last year – a part-time position designed to help develop the club’s talent

‘Getting loads of messages regarding me not managing,’ he posted on Instagram.

‘I turned down three jobs last year and interviewed for two more that I didn’t get. It’s a personal decision that I have come to. 

‘I have my role at Chelsea that I love and my family time, which means everything to me. And I get time to enjoy myself.

In a Q&A session Terry held on his Instagram account, he was asked if he had plans to enter management in the future.

He replied: ‘Unfortunately no. When I left Villa that was the aim. I won’t be managing or coaching in the future.’ 

Staying put: Assuring fans just how happy he is in the role, Terry took to social media to stress that he has not been shying away from roles in management

Staying put: Assuring fans just how happy he is in the role, Terry took to social media to stress that he has not been shying away from roles in management

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