Former Chelsea, Real Madrid boss Guus Hiddink on Colombia radar

Guss Hiddink has reportedly emerged as a managerial target for the Colombia national team.

Incumbent coach Jose Pekerman sees his contract expire at the end of August, and the country's football association has admitted that his future is "still to be defined".

Indeed, Colombia have asked Under-20 coach Arturo Reyes to lead the team in September's friendlies against Venezuela and Argentina.

According to Spanish outlet Sport, the Colombian FA wants Hiddink to lead the South American nation towards the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The Dutchman has previously managed at Real Madrid and Chelsea as well as the national teams of the Netherlands, Russia, South Korea and Australia.

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