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By ESPN Staff

Grant eager for another crack at Premier League

Former Chelsea boss Avram Grant would relish the "challenge'' of returning to Premier League management.

Grant, who succeeded Jose Mourinho last season but was replaced by Luiz Felipe Scolari in the summer after the Blues came second to Manchester United in the title race and Champions League, has been out of the game since leaving Stamford Bridge.

But the former Israel national team boss is ready to return to management.

Asked if he wants to return to the Premier League, Grant told Sky Sports News: "Yes, I love the Premier League.

"All my life I wanted to come to the Premier League especially when I have such good memories from a professional level.

"I like to coach, I like the challenge so anything that is a challenge is good for me.''

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