Andriy Shevchenko starts his new management career and admits “the ideal job is Milan or Ukraine.”
The striker is now retired and spoke to Rai Sport about his plans for the future, including a move into coaching.
“It is a transitional moment for me and I am studying. I’m preparing for the future and the ideal job for me would be one day as Coach of Milan or Ukraine.”
Sheva also discussed the expected sea-change in the Rossoneri camp next season, when general manager Adriano Galliani should step aside.
“Galliani made Milan history and has always been at President Silvio Berlusconi’s side. They have both worked at Milan from the first day.
“As for me, so far there are only rumours, but we’ll see what happens in future.”
He was recently spotted in the stands at San Siro alongside Paolo Maldini, who has been linked with a job as director.