Roberto Di Matteo has refused to rule out quitting England were he to be overlooked by Chelsea for the manager's job this summer.
Caretaker Blues boss Di Matteo will surely face no shortage of offers from across the globe should Roman Abramovich decide against handing him the reins full-time after next Saturday's Champions League final, and he is prepared to broaden his horizons if necessary.
"Fortunately, I speak three languages, so I'm quite open-minded," he said. "But I've been in England for a long, long time. My family is here with me. We quite like it here in England."
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