2004 Ballon d’Or winner Andriy Shevchenko has shown his willingness to coach Chelsea one day. Even though his £30 million move from AC Milan to the Premier League saw him struggling with The Blues and was unable to make an impact on the side.
‘I have a very good relationship with the club. I will try and be a manager in the future”.
The 39-year-old has admitted that he is interested in managing The Blues. He insists he has a good relationship with the Club and will definitely try to manage them in future. The ex-Chelsea striker has shown his love for the club despite having a tough time in England. “Chelsea is a great team. It was good and fun playing there”, said the Ukrainian in an interview to Metro.
There is a long way to go for Shevchenko in his managerial career and a high profile job such as Chelsea’s boss isn’t something right for him now. At least, for the next few years, the place will be filled by Antonio Conte, who is looking to start a new era at the Stamford Bridge.