Gianfranco Zola says he would love to return to Chelsea one day as manager.
The Italian scored 67 goals in 274 appearances for the Londoners between 1996-2003, winning two FA Cups, the League Cup and the European Cup Winners’ Cup.
Zola, who had spells in charge of West Ham and Watford, is currently managing Qatari side Al Arabi, turning heads in the region by transforming the QSL outfit into a team playing attractive, attacking football in his own image.
Zola while speaking to Sky Sports said
“My dream, let us say my ambition, is to be Chelsea manager some day in the future,”
“However, I realise that I need to improve as a manager if I want to get there. And I am working hard to achieve my goal. Qatar is helping me a lot in this regard.”