Milan Striker Shevchenko In London To Sort Out Future

LONDON, England -- Ukraine international's lack of contribution means he will potentially be saying farewell to both the Rossoneri and the Blues during the summer.

Andriy Shevchenko (R) celebrates as he grabs the equaliser against England for Ukraine, but the Three Lions went on to win 2-1.

On-loan at AC Milan, striker Andriy Shevchenko has returned to London to resolve his future with parent club Chelsea.

The 2004 Ballon d'Or winner left the Rossoneri and moved to Chelsea for £30 million in 2006, but flopped at the English club and secured a loan move back to Milan this season.

Fans were hoping he would be able to repeat his past feats with the Rossoneri, but that has not been the case and he has made 17 appearances in Serie A without scoring a single goal in league play.

Despite his recent declarations that he would like to stay with the Milanese giants, it now seems certain that he will return to London at the end of the season and be transferred elsewhere after his disappointing form over the past three years.

The press have speculated that the 32-year-old is likely to look for a mid-size club where he could obtain more playing time. There is also the possibility he could return to Ukraine, where he started his career with Dynamo Kyiv.

Source: Goal

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