Interim Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink is reportedly set to remain with the club and step into an advisory role next season.
Hiddink returned to Chelsea for his second stint in charge following the sacking of Jose Mourinho in December but he was expected to depart this summer.
Chelsea have already confirmed that Antonio Conte will take over as their new manager when he finishes his commitments with Italy at Euro 2016.
However, Hiddink is set to remain with the west London club and move up the hierarchy into an advisory role as the club looks to build for the future – with Chelsea currently priced at 5/1 with Titanbet to win the Premier League next season.
Reports from Holland claim that he will look to have a say in rebuilding the squad and help Conte, who has no experience of the Premier League.
It is also understood that Hiddink will look to bring back some club legends such as Michael Ballack and Petr Cech to play a role behind the scenes.