Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is ready to offer a ‘special’ role for Guus Hiddink after the Dutch man completes his interim contract with Chelsea at the end of the season. Hiddink who took over the club after Jose Mourinho was sacked has not lost a single Premier League game ever since he had taken charge. The Dutch has lost just only one game in all competitions so far, the defeat came against Frech champions Paris Saint-Germain.
The Blue fans are very impressed by Hiddink so as the players. Several first team players who were not performing under Jose Mourinho has found their feet back once Guus Hiddink took charge. Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas, Eden Hazard, Oscar, and Branislav Ivanovic are the notable players whose form has taken a U-turn after the Portuguese left the club.
A part of the Chelsea fans want the Dutch to stay at the Stamford Bridge after the end of this season who are demanding the club to announce Guus Hiddink as their permanent manager. But the former Real Madrid coach is pretty clear that he is not staying at the manager role after the season ends. He even urged the club to find a replacement sooner as fellow EPL rivals are acting swiftly to strengthen themselves for next season.
According to reports from English papers, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich who has a close relationship with Hiddink is impressed by the Dutch’s works and is keen to keep the 69-year-old at the Stamford Bridge. It is reported that the club will avail a new permanent role for Hiddink if the Dutch agreed to stay further.
Last time when Hiddink left Chelsea, he had offers from Russia which complicated his stay in England. But the situation is not that complicated now as Hiddink has no considerable options available after his contract with Chelsea was over. So it is widely expected that he will agree to stay at the club and play a ‘special’ role to help Chelsea achieve their long-term goals.