Adriano Galliani has revealed today that AC Milan will make a move for former striker Andriy Shevchenko should Chelsea make the Ukrainian available, says Goal.com. Shevchenko was at AC Milan during the peak of his career between 1999 and 2006. Then he moved to Chelsea for a reported transfer fee of £30 million, but he has looked out of shape at the London club and he will look to leave in order to rejuvenate his career.
Last week, the Daily Mail revealed that Shevchenko was turned down by several MLS clubs which he was keen on joining. This was considered something of an embarrassment for the Ukrainian who many thought was rejected by one of the easiest leagues in football.
Now the Chelsea board could wait until they hire their next manager before deciding on the future of Shevchenko as they will want to discuss the situation with the him, whoever he turns out to be. So far the Ukrainian’s spell at Stamford Bridge has been a nightmare, and he might like returning to a land where he was once god.