Roberto Di Matteo

Roberto Di Matteo

Roberto Di Matteo

  • Date of Birth: 29 May 1970
  • Birthplace: Schaffhausen, Schaffhausen, Switzerland

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      Chelsea make key decision on Antonio Conte's future

      Chelsea have reportedly decided against sacking manager Antonio Conte despite suffering successive defeats in the Premier League.

      Premier League to League One?

      After a terrible time in the Premier League last season, Aston Villa were relegated to the Championship. Many fancied them to bounce straight back and win promotion, but current form threatens to see them relegated again.

      McCormack joins Villa

      Aston Villa have completed the signing of Ross McCormack from Fulham on a four year deal. 

      Benitez signs Clark and Diame

      Newcastle United have signed Irish international Ciaran Clark from Aston Villa for an undisclosed fee.

      West Brom lodge Ciaran Clark bid

      West Bromwich Albion have reportedly tabled a formal offer for Aston Villa defender Ciaran Clark. The 26-year-old has been linked with a potential return to the top flight following the Villains' relegation to the Championship.

      Can Real Madrid become first team to retain Champions League crown?

      Real Madrid lifted the Champions League crown for the second time in three years by defeating bitter rivals Atletico Madrid on penalties. Can Real Madrid be the first team to retain the coveted European title?

      Roberto Di Matteo odds on for the Villa job

      A new odds-on favourite for the Aston Villa hot seat has emerged in the last 24 hours in the form of former West Bromwich Albion and MK Dons manager Roberto Di Matteo.

      Schalke hopeful of signing Nastasic on a permanent deal

      Schalke 04 sporting director Horst Heldt has confirmed that the Bundesliga outfit are keen on securing the services on defender Matija Nastasic on a permanent contract at the end of the season.

      Schalke open to signing World Cup winner

      Schalke boss Roberto Di Matteo has revealed that he is open to the prospect of signing Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira in the summer.

      Schalke to sign Man City defender Matija Nastasic

      Serbia international Matija Nastasic will wrap up a transfer from Manchester City to join Roberto di Matteo's side Schalke. Matija Nastasic has found himself out in the cold in recent months and is hoping to make a transfer to the Bundesliga.

      Schalke confirm interest in Matija Nastasic

      Bundesliga club Schalke have revealed their interest in signing Serbian defender Matija Nastasic from Manchester City, according to a report.

      Schalke keen on signing Chelsea outcast

      New Schalke manager Roberto di Matteo is believed to be keen on signing Chelsea striker Fernando Torres in January, The Express reports.

      Is it the end for Andre-Villas Boas in England?

      After Andre Villas-Boas' miserable second spell in English football, is there anyway back for the Portuguese coach in the Premier League?

      Malky Mackay fired by Cardiff City

      Cardiff City have parted company with Malky Mackay. Vincent Tan has reportedly paid off the duration of his contract.

      Roberto di Matteo in line for Tottenham job?

      Roberto di Matteo has been linked with the vacant Tottenham managerial position. The Italian coach has been linked as a possible replacement for Andre Villas-Boas who has been fired today.

      Roberto Di Matteo tipped to take over as West Brom manager

      Roberto Di Matteo is apparently considered as favourite to take over the managerial reigns at West Bromwich Albion.

      Sunderland to make move for Gianfranco Zola?

      Sunderland could make a move for Watford manager Gianfranco Zola. The Italian is one of the top four favourites to replace Paolo Di Canio, who was yesterday controversially fired by chairman Ellis Short.

      Sunderland axe Di Canio after Italian lost control of dressing room

      Italian manager Paolo Di Canio had been relieved of his Sunderland duties yesterday after the fiery coach reportedly lost control of the dressing room. A number of more experienced professionals visited the club's chairman with their concerns.

      Fulham to turn to Roberto di Matteo?

      Should Martin Jol decide to quit Fulham at the end of the season, Fulham directors will pursue a move for former Chelsea manager Roberto di Matteo. The Italian manager is current looking for work in the Premier League.

      Chelsea star Lampard seals Chinese move?

      Chelsea's 34-year-old midfielder Frank Lampard has already agreed a move to China, if reports from Chinese club Guizhou's owner are to believed. The England international has fallen out of favour at Stamford Bridge this year.