The BBC reports that AC Milan are keen to re-sign Ukrainian international striker Andriy Shevchenko from Chelsea in the summer. It quotes the Milan president Silvio Berlusconi as saying that they are looking at the option of signing back the player whom they sold to the London club in the summer of 2006 for a staggering £30 million.
But Sheva’s form at Stamford Bridge has swayed between woeful and mediocrity and Berlusconi believes that the player ought to return to Milan to resurrect himself. He says:
Shevchenko is a player who is ready to help and he would be the ideal solution.
I do not think Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will have a problem in letting him go.
I think regularly about Shevchenko and I often speak to him.
The fans would understand that this would be the ideal choice for us.
Maybe Sheva should return to Milan. But last month the player himself admitted that he is happy to fight at Chelsea and that although he still loves Mian, he doesn’t want to go back to the fashion capital of the world.