Last autumn, Shevchenko was invited to take the post of the team’s head coach. According to media outlets, Andriy met with Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban who were impressed by the work he had done with Ukraine’s national team. But the trainer himself says that he is not going to lead the Rossoneri.
"What kind of information are you expecting to get from Milan? I will stay with the national team and nothing is being considered here," Shevchenko said.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine's national football team is expected to have three "sparring" matches prior to Euro-2020.
In March, Shevchenko's wards are expected to play friendly matches with France (March 27) and Poland (March 31). After that, Ukrainians will have a friendly match against Cyprus national team on May 26.
Euro-2020 will be the third tournament for the national team of Ukraine. Previously, Ukrainians played at home Euro in 2012 and then went to France in 2016.