Chelsea’s interim boss Roberto di Matteo is the first name on Aston Villa’s wishlist this summer as they look to replace the sacked Alex McLeish.
Despite leading Chelsea to their first ever European triumph and coupling that with an FA Cup success, di Matteo still has not been given the Chelsea manager’s job on a full-time and permanent basis. As owner Roman Abramovic still wishes to lure outgoing Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola to Stamford Bridge, many believe that di Matteo could very well be leaving the London club.
Watching closely are fellow English outfit Aston Villa, who are currently without a coach after firing under-performing Alex McLeish following a dismal league outing. Villa look to bring in di Matteo with a hope of turning around their team’s fortunes next season.
Along with Villa, di Matteo’s former club Lazio are also repor...