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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: Matt Hughes
CHELSEA'S chances of signing Andriy Shevchenko should become clearer this week after talks between the player and AC Milan over his future.
It is understood that Shevchenko will request a two-year extension to his present contract in a deal that would keep him at the Italian club until 2011, effectively ensuring that he will end his career in Milan. In return for such a show of commitment, the 29-year-old expects his STG115,000-a-week wages to stay at the same level, bringing him an incredible STG30 million over the course of a five-year contract. If he fails to secure the deal he desires, he …