New Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink has said that he would like to bring former striker Didier Drogba back to the club in a coaching capacity.
The Ivorian left after a second spell last summer to join MLS side Montreal Impact, but was present at Stamford Bridge with Hiddink as he watched Chelsea beat Sunderland 3-1 in their first game since Jose Mourinho’s sacking.
That fuelled speculation for a return for Dorgba, and it’s not something Hiddink is ruling out.
"We would like to get him involved," he confirmed to Fox Sports. "But he still has a contract with Montreal in the MLS, even though it is the close season for them now. We want to get important players involved with the club they care about. Drogba's heart is with Chelsea."