Former Chelsea, currently Turkish National Team boss Guus Hiddink is being chased and offered a job by Russia’s billionaire club, Anzhi Makhachkala. £66m is a surely a suggestive sum!
Guus Hiddink, who was chased aggresively by Chelsea owner multi-billionere Roman Abramovich this summer, to take the managing seat at Stanford Bridge, is keen to accept riches beyond even his wildest dreams or Roman Abromovich’s fortune can buy. Suleyman Kerimov, Anzhi Makhachkala’s multi multi billionaire owner from Dagestan, might still be prepared to wait until next summer to see his new manager coach in seat, should Turkey qualify for Euro 2012. Now, it seems that Anzhi Makhachkala have turned their attention to Guus Hiddink, currently Turkey boss – and they are prepared to make him the same eye-watering offer, even knowing that they may have to wait until after Euro 2012 next summer for him to take over.
Guus Hiddink from Russia with money : Anzhi Makhachkala offer £66m
Guus Hiddink will be offered by Anzhi, and there is a rush of big-money move to Russia, as Samuel Eto’o has already signed up for a annual wage of £66m for newly Russian money and power house Anzhi Makhachkala. The Dutchman used to be manager of Russia. He lead Russia to semi-finals in European Championship 2008 and is still popular in Russia and so the Dagestan club are convinced that the experienced trainer is the ideal man to take Anzhi Makhachkala ainto the European big time and next level. Although Hiddink is currently manager of Turkey, an incredible annual salary of £22m and a three-year more than lucrative contract would be one he cannot refuse.
Money Money Money : Anzhi ‘New Russian powerhouse’
The Russian club – bankrolled by billionaire investor Suelyman Kerimov – apparently offered Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho £22m-a-year to quit Real Madrid and take the managing seat at Russian outfit. Jose Mourinho chose to stay with Real, who rewarded his loyalty with a new role giving him more control over transfer policy. Now ‘the specia one’ Jose Mourinho’s loss is set to become Guus Hiddink’s gain. And his appointment, following the recent signature of superstar striker Samuel Eto’o, will announce Anzhi Makhachkala’s arrival as a respected team on the European stage.[adrotate banner=”34″]