Premier League icon John Terry is charging fans up to £500 each to share dinner with him at a church hall.
The former Chelsea captain, 42, will sit down for a private meal with a table of up to 10 people at Life Centre Community Church in Bournemouth.
He will also pose for photos and sign autographs for diners. The former England captain is offering the same deal on each night of his current An Evening With John Terry speaking tour.
Of the tour, which will take him around London as well as to Birmingham Basingstoke, said: "I’m really excited to see all my fans."
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Tickets for general admission start at £35 for the October 6 date in Bournemouth, with silver and gold packages bringing added levels of hospitality.
Terry is chasing in on the tour despite still having a job with Chelsea's academy after spending time as assistant boss at Leicester last season.
The 42-year-old will be taking part in a Q&A on stage as part of the evening – with fans in Birmingham needing to pay £100 for a single signature on top of £25 general admission.
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Back in April, Terry admitted that he had no interest in going back into management – but could never turn down Chelsea.
On Stephen Hendry's Cue Tips, the former England defender said: "The only job I'd kind of come out of retirement for would be the Chelsea job.
"To be involved in some sort of capacity in a first-team role.
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"I love my role at the minute. I've got a bit of work with the younger players and I think as well because I've been through that process as a kid myself I'm passing on loads of knowledge to them.
"But I enjoy my golf as well, I want to play a bit of golf and have family time.
"The reason I left Villa, which I've not really said anywhere, was a family reason. Coming back home and being with my family."
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