AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has revealed he plans to open talks with Chelsea in a bid to take Andriy Shevchenko back to the San Siro.
The Ukraine striker has struggled to establish himself at Stamford Bridge since moving to England from Milan in 2006.
Galliani is keen to see him return and possibly form a strike partnership with Ronaldinho, whose agent is in talks with the Rossoneri over a summer move from Barcelona.
'It's possible that he (Shevchenko) will also arrive,' said Galliani. 'We will talk to Chelsea.'
Shevchenko spent seven years with Milan and was the club's second all-time goalscorer when he left for London.