Milan Will Do Everything To Bring Shevchenko Back - Ancelotti

MILAN, Italy -- The Ukrainian has had a very forgettable season at Stamford Bridge. The forward himself wants another chance to prove himself, but it remains to be seen if he will get that.

Andriy Shevchenko with Golden Ball

Drogba's sensational form this season has forced Mourinho to find someone who can play just "off" the Ivorian, and if he can nab such a player (read Villa, Eto'o), he might be willing to let Sheva go.

Ancelotti has made his position on the matter very clear.

"Adriano Galliani made our position very clear," he told a press conference. "It remains a difficult operation financially, even if Milan will do everything possible to bring him back.

"He is owned by Chelsea and their intentions are the main factor here."

The Rossoneri have also been linked with Barcelona pair Ronaldinho and Eto'o, as well as Marseille want-away Franck Ribery, and Carlo was happy to throw the bait, keeping his options open.

"Samuel Eto'o, Ronaldinho and Shevchenko are three world-class players who would improve any squad," he said.

"Franck Ribery is also a player I like very much. He is a dynamic figure and had a great World Cup."

Source: Goal.com

Comments

Roman said…
Lots of noise and intrigue as usual from Milan. Well they may get their wish but they will posture before sealing a deal with Chelsea to bring Shevchenko back.

Shevchenko benefited from the better structure and talent of ball control from the midfield in Italy and he's one of Milan's all time scorers.

Should work for everyone when they finally get around to it.