Turkey coach Guus Hiddink has made a 'come and get me' plea to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
The Dutchman, 64, has had enough of international coaching and wants to return to club management, says The Sun.
In a clear message to Blues owner Roman Abramovich, Hiddink made it plain he is eager to go back to Stamford Bridge and replace axed Carlo Ancelotti as boss.
He said: "I never told anybody that I was going to continue working with Turkey.
"I feel energetic and I like working every day.
"I feel I need to do more, so a club role is more preferable than coaching a national team.
"I haven't told the president of the Turkish FA. But he is an intelligent man and I'm sure he follows the world's media. There is no official offer yet, so I cannot guarantee anything."