Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has expressed his interest in the Chelsea job. Koeman has indicated that he would like the opportunity to manage the London club and hopes club’s interim manager Guus Hiddink puts in a good word for him.
Koeman has previously played under Guus Hiddink at PSV and has worked with him on the coaching staff of the Dutch national team.
Asked if he would want to manage Chelsea, Koeman told Dutch radio station Rahttps://twitter.com/ChelsTransfer/status/690670581059080192dio 538: “If Guus puts a good word in for me, that would be a big influence.”
“It is certainly something that I always have at the back of my mind,” he added. “I always want to achieve the highest possible level. That has happened in Holland and that’s what I’d really like to achieve abroad.”