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Di Matteo focused on Champions League final and not his Chelsea future


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By Andrew Tuft

Saturday 19 May 2012

Interim Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo insists he is not thinking about his future at the club, only winning the Champions League in the final against Bayern Munich on Saturday, Sky Sports has reported.



Di Matteo was appointed the club’s temporary manager when Andre Villas-Boas was sacked in March having previously been the Portuguese’s assistant. Since taking over Di Matteo has won the FA Cup and beaten Barcelona on the way to the Champions League final but could not deliver a top-four finish. If Chelsea are to be in next season’s Champions League they must win the competition outright to qualify as holders.


As it stands the fixture with Bayern would be Di Matteo’s last in charge at Stamford Bridge, and the Italian has revealed that he has yet to speak with Roman Abramovich about where he or the club goes next. The former Chelsea midfielder said: “We haven’t had time, or it wasn’t relevant, to have that conversation.


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