Where is Claude Makelele now?
Claude Makelele, with his massive haul of medals finally retired at the end of the 2010-11 season whilst back in France with Paris St Germain.
During his illustrious career he was capped 71 times by France and domestically won league titles in three different countries.
He was also on the losing side in the 2006 World Cup final.
After a year out of the game Claude Makelele returned to Paris St Germain in 2012 as assistant coach when his former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti was appointed as manager.
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In their first season together PSG won the Ligue One title which ended a 19 year wait.
After a successful spell at PSG, Claude Makelele was appointed the new head coach of French side Bastia in May 2014.
Unfortunately he was sacked after six months at the club following a terrible start to the season where his side only won two out of 12 games.
Makelele was back in football in January 2016 when he made a return to Ligue 1 as the new technical director of Monaco. His role was to work alongside the vice-president on the sporting side of the club.
He was in the position for just under a year before leaving to join up with his former Chelsea coach Paul Clement at Swansea City as his assistant manager in January 2017.
Makelele had previously worked with him Paris St Germain when they both worked under Carlo Ancelotti.
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Claude Makelele: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com