Guus Hiddink will be Luiz Felipe Scolari’s successor as Chelsea manager, but not in time for Saturday’s FA Cup tie with Watford.
Currently with the Russian national team at a training camp in Turkey, Hiddink, who will combine the two roles until the end of the season, said: “If everything is organised properly a move to London could happen. I'll be able to give you a final answer in a few days.
The Dutchman ruled out becoming Chelsea's new boss before the weekend.
"No, that's not likely to happen," he said. " I don't think things will be decided quickly."