Guus Hiddink is quite disappointed in the action of Aston Villa boss, Remi Garde for declaring his interest in Remy.
Remi Garde has declared he wants Chelsea forward, Loic Remy at his Villa side, who are bottom of the table.
And Hiddink would rather, Garde had discussed with Chelsea before choosing to publicly declare his interest.
“From our point of view, I don’t think we, or the management, will go into a similar situation,” the Dutchman said.
“You have to respect where the players are. If you are interested, talk first to the people to whom they are contracted. You cannot go into details.”
Remy signed a four-year deal at Chelsea when he moved to the club from QPR in August 2014, but has struggled for form and fitness since arriving – but Hiddink is ready to give him a chance if he can prove his fitness.
“You don’t go through the side door. The player has signed a contract here and must be fit for us,” Hiddink said.
“He’s having a difficult time regarding his injuries. He has to prove first of all that he’s a good Chelsea player.”