Hiddink rules out Blues return
Last updated: 16th January 2011
Dutchman vows to stick with Turkey
Turkey coach Guus Hiddink has ruled out making a possible return to Chelsea.
Hiddink has been linked with a move back to Stamford Bridge as speculation continues to surround Carlo Ancelotti's long-term future.
Ancelotti's position has been the subject of conjecture following a poor run of form saw the Blues slip from top spot to fourth place in the table.
However, Hiddink, who led Chelsea to the FA Cup during his caretaker spell in charge two years ago, insists he has no plans to return to West London.
"I need to make this clear, I know about the whole situation at Chelsea right now. But I am not going to come to London for a second time," insisted Hiddink.
"We can't compare this situation and the one from last time. When I was approached before and I did the two jobs - at Chelsea and the Russian national team - at the same time, Roman Abramovich was directly involved at top level in both organisations. This time he is not.
"That's why it is not an issue this time."
The highly-rated Dutchman has also been linked with other sides in England, including Liverpool, but Hiddink has vowed to stick with Turkey.
"I know my name has also been connected with a few other clubs (in England) but I will not move away from my present job," added Hiddink.
"I have a contract with Turkey as national coach until the summer of 2012 and I intend to fulfill that contract.''