Slaven Bilic in frame for Chelsea job

29 April 2009 10:41
According to the Sun, Chelsea chief executive Peter Kenyon has made contact with Bilic over succeeding Guus Hiddink at the Stamford Bridge helm.

Chelsea's interim manager leaves the club this summer to honour his contract with Russia, but has told Kenyon that Bilic is a possible successor.

 Related ArticlesBarcelona 0 Chelsea 0Barcelona v Chelsea: Man marking'Chelsea rewarded for negativity'Yaya Toure slams refereeHiddink's game of bluff pays offHiddink: Cech saved gameBilic's contract with Croatia expires in 2010 but could be tempted to the Premier League if he fails in World Cup qualification.

Croatia need to a result against Ukraine on June 6 or Bilic's side could slide to to third in Group Six.

AC Milan's Carlos Ancelotti is seen as the curent favourite to take over from Hiddink in the summer.

Ancelotti said: 'I'll stay on for next season at least. I'm used to all the reports - but it's not a problem.'


Source: Telegraph