Chelsea will offer Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech a coaching role at the club at the end of his playing career according to the specific report from the Daily Telegraph.
It was revealed that Chelsea want the retired Czech Republic international shot stopper to return to the club four years after he left.
Petr Cech was a wonderful servant at Chelsea for over a decade before he left Stamford Bridge for fellow London club Arsenal in 2015.
The 36-year-old joined Arsenal from Chelsea in a deal reported to be around £10m in the summer of 2015.
He won three Premier League titles in his eleven-year spell at Chelsea in addition to winning both the 2012 Champions League title and the 2013 Europa League title.
Earlier this season, Petr Cech revealed that he would be hanging up his gloves at the end of the current campaign.
His Arsenal contract expires this summer having signed a four-year deal with the Gunners upon joining in 2015.
Cech started the season as the Gunners’ number one but an injury in the home Premier League game with Watford gave summer signing Bernd Leno to usurp him as the Arsenal number one.
The Premier League legend has been relegated to number two upon his return from injury in October.
He has been the Arsenal goalkeeper in Europe this season.