GUUS Hiddink is remaining tight-lipped over rumours linking him with a sensational return to Stamford Bridge .
The Dutchman, a close friend of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich , has been hotly-tipped to replace under-fire boss Andre Villas-Boas after a disastrous campaign.
Saturday's defeat to Everton leaves the Blues fifth in the table, and the Russian billionaire met Villas-Boas and his players at the club's Cobham training base on the following day.
Hiddink is out of work and has offers on the table, but he has refused to declare an interest in the managerial hotseat at the Bridge.
His agent, Cees Van Nieuwenhuizen , said: “I know they are not doing too well at the moment, but Guus never puts himself in a position that he says he is interested in whatever job if there is still coach who is doing the job.
“For him, that’s not the way to treat your colleagues.”
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