Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Abramovich to offer Hiddink Chelsea job

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is keen on bringing Guus Hiddink back to Stamford Bridge, amidst speculations that Carlo Ancelotti will be sacked at the end of the season.

The Russian billionaire has lost his faith in Carlo Ancelotti after Chelsea dropped out from the title race as well as the Champions League and everything suggests the Italian will be sacked at the end of the season.

According to Daily Mail, Abramovich sees Guus Hiddink as the man for the job and he will try to persuade the Dutchman to return to Stamford Bridge.

The current Turkey manager has reportedly rejected an offer from Ajax last week, but it is believed he will seriously consider any proposal from his friend Abramovich.

Hiddink will be offered a chance to either replace Carlo Ancelotti on the bench or to succeed Frank Arnesen as the sporting director.

The experienced coach enjoyed a very successful spell at Stamford Bridge and he could jump at the opportunity to return to West London.

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