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Ballack and Shevchenko content at Chelsea
By Vicki Hodges, Telegraph.co.ua
 
Michael Ballack and Andriy Shevchenko have reaffirmed their commitment to Chelsea and said they see their long-term futures at Stamford Bridge.

The Germany and Ukraine internationals have struggled to make an impact in west London following their joint-arrival in the summer of 2006.


Rosy outlook: Chelsea duo want to stay
Ballack, 31, has suffered with injury while Shevchenko has failed to repeat his goalscoring exploits which placed a £30 million valuation on the strikers' shoulders when he joined from AC Milan.

Shevchenko has long been linked with a return to Italy, while Ballack's stop-start career with the FA Cup holders has thrown his future into doubt.

The big-name duo, however, have said they are not seeking a move away from the club and are content with their lives in England.

Ballack, who has only two years left to run on his contract, said: "At the moment I am completely happy here.

"My family and I have adjusted to life in England, I have a contract, and no desire to switch clubs.

"I am playing for a great team and hope to achieve great things.

"What comes when my contract expires, we'll just have to see. Whether I stay another year, go somewhere else of hang up my boots - you never know in football."

Shevchenko, meanwhile, has said he will not go back to Milan despite enjoying a highly successful seven-year spell at the San Siro where he won the Serie A title and Champions League.

"I am delighted with the mark I left behind at Milan and gave the best I had in seven glorious seasons," he said.

The 31-year-old has said he wants to leave that success in the past and that in 18-year-old Brazilian Alexandre Pato, Milan have a future star in the making.

"My life is at Chelsea now, I have served my time with Milan. I am at a big club and the team is doing well. Life is not only about the past.

"I love Milan and I love Italy, and I have always said that. There is always somebody to take your place and the future is Pato.

"He understands the game and finds gaps. I never liked standing still, and I can see that he doesn't like it either. At only 18, he is already so good."



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Sheva Tips Pato For Milan Success
Mark Hinton, Goal.com
 
Alexandre Pato will become AC Milan's new Shevchenko - according to no less an authority than Ukraine's San Siro legend himself...

Andriy Shevchenko knows better than most what it takes to be a top striker at AC Milan. And he tipping youing forward Alexandre Pato to inherit his mantle at the San Siro.

Shrvchenko left Milan for Chelsea in he summer of 2006, and while he has struggled to make a consistent impact with the Blues in London, the Rossoneri have similarly strugged without him.
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