Saturday 27 February 2016

Guus Hiddink Wants Chelsea To Make A Quick Decision Over Next Manager

Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink hopes Chelsea reach a swift resolution to their managerial search with Antonio Conte a strong favourite to take over from the Dutchman this summer. Representatives for the Italy coach are reported to be close to an agreement with the Premier League club for Conte to become manager when his contract with the national federation comes to an end after Euro 2016.

Hiddink has overseen an improvement in Chelsea's form since he replaced Mourinho just before Christmas, and he does not want an elongated recruitment period to adversely affect his players as they look to climb the table.

The 69years old said when asked if he would prefer a quick appointment “I am in favour but it's a personal opinion that when things are done you make it transparent. You've heard more than I have because that's your job, you have to search around where the rumours are. That's not my job. I'm just there to prepare for the next game. I'm not involved in this so that's all you can get from me on this issue. Of course this club is searching now and experienced managers they like and there are a lot. It's up to them, to make up their mind and make the decisions”

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