Chelsea hero, Ashley Cole, has agreed on a deal to become assistant manager of England’s U21 side, according to Daily Mail.
Cole is set to work alongside former Everton midfielder, Lee Carsley, who will reportedly be announced as the new manager shortly.
The 40-year-old won 107 senior caps for England national team during his playing days.
His appointment will see him take up his first major coaching job since retiring from playing football in August 2019.
Cole is currently an academy coach at Stamford Bridge after a short spell working at Championship side Derby.
He regularly appears on television as a pundit and worked with ITV during the recently concluded Euro 2020.
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