Turkish FA awaiting Hiddink exit

BBC Sport News correspondent  Hiddink was Turkish national coach since 1 August 2010 has accepted the Turkish Football Federation that Guus Hiddink is expected to leave to return to his job as national team boss and in Chelsea.

According to a senior source in the the TFF of the Dutch "can not say no, Chelsea, we believe that he would like to leave".

Hiddink, 64, led Chelsea to an FA Cup victory as interim coach in 2009.

Despite one indifferent qualification remain Turkey in conflicts for a Euro 2012 play-off place after the 1: 1 draw against Belgium on Friday.

But Hiddink is unhappy that the man who brought him to Istanbul, TFF Chief Mahmut Ozgener, should be replaced after presidential elections on 28 June.

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"If Ozgener lived, also remain Guus, would," said the source. "Ozgener on vacation is gone and yet not decided if he will stand for re-election." Even if does, he is likely to lose.

"Hiddink says he has no value a contract, but this promise." Chelsea is too good to reduce an offer and the TFF understands this.

"He feels Hiddink or one job to do has there [{Chelsea}.]" He would like to work every day and Championships, maybe win the Champions League.

"We will understand that he has coached his last game in Turkey, as long as Chelsea numbers compensation."

The TFF is still preserved a formal approach from Chelsea Hiddink talk but expect one this week for the permission request.

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However, the TFF says all possible negotiations must wait until next week, such as Ozgener and Hiddink went on vacation.

"There is nothing official happens, because both parties away, are", TFF said spokesman Turker Tozar. "Nothing can happen at the moment and Mr Hiddink has signed a contract until 2012".

With one year left on a 3 euro contract, which will run until the end of 2012 euro, could release Hiddink Chelsea around €4 million in costs.

Hiddink, who has had spells as Manager of Netherlands, Republic of Korea, Australia and Russia, won the FA Cup with the blues at the end of the 2008 / 09 season at Stamford Bridge during a three month period.

He enjoys a close relationship with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, the Balkan diaspora of as Russia Manager and use as a consultant in football.

2012 Qualifier is the Turkey next euro against Kazakhstan on 2 September but Hiddink denied that he will still be responsible for the Group A game on the question of the draw in Belgium.

By: Dan Roan


Turkish FA awaiting Hiddink exit