Andriy Shevchenko is being lined up for a coaching role at Chelsea as part of owner Roman Abramovich’s sweeping changes.
The £30million Chelsea flop is taking his coaching badges and can accept a role at the club when he decides to quit playing.
Despite his disastrous spell at Chelsea, when the striker scored just nine goals in 48 games after signing from Milan in 2006, he remains close friends with Abramovich.
The thirty five years old striker who will captain Ukraine in the upcoming European Championship is still a member of the Dynamo Kiev squad, but he has been a regular visitor to Chelsea’s training ground this season.
He has been watching the team train and monitoring methods on a frequent basis as he recovers from injury.
Shevchenko will play for Ukraine, for whom he has more than 100 caps and has scored 46 times, at this summer’s European Championship before deciding whether to quit playing at the end of the tournament.
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