Before joining Milan for the first time back in 1999, Andriy Shevchenko spent five seasons with the Ukrainian outfit Dynamo Kiev, where he managed to score 60 times in 117 appearances.
In fact, Shevchenko joined the club as a
10-year-old, way back in 1986; however it would not be until 1994 that he would
break into the playing squad. He would go on to win five domestic league titles
with the club, before moving to the Rossoneri.
Following an unbelievable seven year stint in Milan, he controversially joined Chelsea; however his poor form in the English
Premier League saw him make a quick return to the Milanese club just two years
Unfortunately for his sake though, the Ukrainian
superstar has been unable to replicate his good form of previous years with the
club this time around, and consequently there have been several rumours
surrounding his future in recent times.
The latest reports suggest that his former club
Dynamo Kiev are keen to bring him back home, as the club president, Ihor
Surkis, has confirmed his desire to see Sheva wear the ‘Bilo-Syni’ shirt once
The president has also confirmed that a deal is
currently being put together by the Ukrainian outfit, meaning that the 2004
Ballon D’Or winner could be set to leave Milan
-- Adrian Del Monte, Goal.com