Andriy Shevchenko is a very popular name in Milan after all of his fantastic years with the red and black club of the city. And ever since he became a manager, he has been mentioned as a name for the future.
The 44-year-old is currently the head coach of Ukraine and has done a decent job, inevitably attracting the interest of his former club. The latter are preparing to take on Atalanta tomorrow evening, a game that will be decisive for Champions League.
As Shevchenko was interviewed by Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews) in view of the big game, he was also asked about the future and what his intentions are. He revealed that he would like to return to Milan ‘sooner or later’.
“Milan is my home, I would like to come back sooner or later and if there is a possibility, I will take it. But we are talking about the future. Now I have Ukraine to lead in the best possible way and Pioli has a team that follows him and one he must bring to the Champions League,” he stated.
Most likely, Stefano Pioli will be at the helm of Milan even without Champions League qualification, although it’s impossible the ignore the failure that would be. For the future, certainly, Shevchenko is a possibility.