According to The Sun via Daily Mail, former Chelsea striker Andriy Shevchenko wants a coaching job in the UK.
Shevchenko made his first steps in management with the Ukraine national team, leading them to the quarter-finals in the Euro 2020 but resigned shortly afterwards.
Shevchenko has now ‘put the feelers out’ in the hopes of landing a major role and could be a target for Celtic if under-fire boss Ange Postecoglu continues to underperform.
Shevchenko, who spent three years at Stamford Bridge made his debut for Chelsea on 13 August 2006 in the FA Community Shield scoring his side’s goal in a 2–1 loss to Liverpool reportedly had a handful of interviews in the summer without being offered a job, but is hoping his star name will help secure him his first club management position after five years with Ukraine.
Scottish giants Celtic are sixth in the Scottish Premiership table and are seriously considering appointing Shevchenko to replace Postecoglu.