Afternoon Report: May 4

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John Terry believes that Roberto Di Matteo will be appointed as full-time Chelsea manager if the Blues win this Saturday's FA Cup against Liverpool.

Di Matteo has transformed Chelsea's season since taking charge at the club, with captain John Terry giving his full backing to the Italian manager.

Kenny Dalglish has echoed earlier claims by Steven Gerrard that an FA Cup final win for Liverpool would make up for a disappointing league campaign.


In today's transfer news, Real Madrid are planning a bid for Arsenal midfielder Alex Song, who has impressed for the Gunners this season. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United are targeting talented young Porto winger James Rodriguez, but face competition from a host of top European clubs. (talkSPORT)

And finally, Arjen Robben has ended speculation of a move to Spurs or Liverpool - by signing a new 3 year contract at Bayern Munich. (Metro)

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