Thursday, January 22, 2009

Shevchenko to Leave Yet Again?

The triumphant return of Andriy Shevchenko to AC Milan might end sooner than many expected only a few months ago.

Reports out of Milan indicate that the Ukrainian squad Dynamo Kiev are looking to bring Shevchenko back.  Shevchenko started his career with Dynamo Kiev in the 1990's where he won the domestic league title in each of his five seasons with the club. 

Dynamo Kiev president Ihor Surkis has confirmed that he is interested in bringing Shevchenko to the team, and revealed that he is currently putting a deal together.

As many are aware, Shevchenko left Milan in 2006 for a move to Chelsea, a move that saw the former World Player of the Year sit on the bench for most games.

Milan brought Shevchenko back to the club (where he is the 2nd all time leading scorer) but has not appeared in many games, scoring only 2 goals for Milan this season. 

With Shevchenko currently stuck behind Pato in the starting 11, I wouldn't blame Sheva if he wanted to return home and get some deserved playing time. 

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