Hiddink flirts with Chelsea job

Former Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink says he is looking for work at a big-name club, but refused to say anything specific about a return to Stamford Bridge.

The Dutchman took charge of the Blues back in 2009 and, with Jose Mourinho's future in doubt after their League Cup exit at the hand of Stoke City and continuing Premier League woes, there could soon be a vacancy in west London.

"Top-class football is always attractive," Hiddink told Voetbal International. “I've had some offers come my way recently, but there were no jobs I wanted to get into right away. We'll see, we just have to wait now."

The former PSV and Real Madrid coach won the FA Cup with the Blues back in 2009, and then moved on to coach Turkey, Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala and, most recently, an ill-fated second stint with the Netherlands.