Former Chelsea player and Nigerian legend, John Obi Mikel has come out to debunk claims of his potential return to his former side in a coaching role. 

The soon to be 33 years old Trabzonspor Midfielder admits that Chelsea is a team after his own heart but those reports are fake and there's been no plan to pick up any coaching role at the club.

“To be honest, I have no idea where this story came from,” Mikel told the Media.

“I was surprised when I saw the news because neither me nor my club had a meeting with Chelsea about becoming a coach.

“Chelsea is, of course, my home, but the reports are not true." He concluded.

John Obi Mikel was an Integral part of the blues squad from 2006 to 2017 and a part of the Chelsea first and only UCL winning team in 2012. John Obi Mikel is one of the Most decorated Chelsea player, winning 2 UCL, 3 FA CUP, 1 League Cup, 1 Community shield,1 UCL and 1 Europa league.

Currently Chelsea is being coached by Frank Lampard, One of Mikel's former team Mate at the club level while Former National team Mate Joseph Yobo was currently appointed Assistant Head Coach of The Nigerian Super Eagles.

Should We look up to seeing Mikel in a Coaching Position Soon?