Guus Hiddink was reported to be technical director of the new Chelsea at the beginning of next month. Thus a growing number of reports this weekend.

The future of the Dutch trainer recently led to much speculation after he failed to bring Russia into the World Cup final Selatan/2010 Africa, after the defeat against Slovenia in the playoff party.

Contract as national team head coach is the new Russia ends next June 2010, but several sources close to Hiddink claimed he would end the agreement and return to Stamford Bridge.

63-year-old coach was considered a success when guiding Chelsea last season, in which the present Hiddink to replace Luiz Felipe Scolari in January. He took Chelsea two perched on the rank below the Premier League and Manchester United reached the FA Cup.

Hiddink left the club according to the deal with the Blues owner, Roman Abramovich, who also has a large role in the Russian national team.

Yet also rumored that if Hiddink back to Stamford Bridge he would not be involved directly with the now former squad trained Carlo Ancelotti is.

The Italian was himself considered a success because it managed to take Chelsea to rule the top of English League standings with five points above the rank of two Manchester United, after their crushing 4-0 win over Wolverhampton.

"He'll be back and will be in a position (that support) if there was something good. The Chelsea players like him," said one source close to Hiddink.

Support for Hiddink also come from Ancelotti. "Guus Hiddink my friend. If he had no time, he can come to Chelsea and we could train together. It does not matter. Maybe I can leave for a while," Ancelotti said half-jokingly, in a press conference after the match against Wolves.

In a Russian newspaper Sovietsky Sport, Hiddink admitted, "My future will be decided."

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