Hiddink free for Premier League return in summer after confirming Russia exit

13 February 2010 03:29
Guus Hiddink could be set for a return to the Barclays Premier League next season after revealing he will quit as Russia coach in the summer.[LNB]The 63-year-old Dutchman enjoyed his first experience of English club management last season, when he led Chelsea to FA Cup glory.[LNB]Heading back to England? Guus Hiddink confirms he will leave Russia job[LNB]And although a return to Stamford Bridge as manager seems unlikely,considering the success Carlo Ancelotti is enjoying, Hiddink would benear the top of the list for any other club seeking a new boss.[LNB]Hiddink was recently linked with Rafael Benitez's job at Liverpool,if the Spaniard moves on from his Anfield post at the end of thecampaign. He was also suggested as a contender to take charge atManchester City before the Eastlands club turned to Roberto Mancini.[LNB]If he decides to call a halt to his 28-year career in management,which began at Dutch team De Graafschap, then a role on the Chelseastaff could still beckon.[LNB]With Chelsea's season in danger of collapse last February, Hiddink'sarrival sparked a surge which saw the team reach the semi-finals of theChampions League and push Manchester United all the way at the top ofthe Premier League.[LNB]Chelsea suffered just one defeat during his time at the helm, a 1-0reverse to Tottenham at White Hart Lane, and players and fans were allkeen for him to stay.[LNB] Arrogant John Terry claims he's 'big enough to take responsibility' for Everton goalsNew England captain Rio Ferdinand's 'stag night fling with model'Forgiven: John Terry kisses and makes up with wife Toni by pool in Dubai[LNB] [LNB]  

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