Morning Report: May 21

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Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has revealed Roberto di Matteo is under "serious consideration" to become permanent manager at the club.

Under Di Matteo, the Blues have won both the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League after a remarkable victory in Munich on Saturday.

Fernando Torres though has suggested he could leave Stamford Bridge, saying he wants to discuss his future with the club after a difficult year.

Elsewhere, Eden Hazard admits interest from Chelsea has made him "hesitate" over his next career move, with Manchester City also targeting the Belgian.


In today's transfer news, Didier Drogba is said to have kicked his last ball for Chelsea, with the Ivorian expected to join Shanghai Shenua. (Daily Mail)

Luka Modric is ready to hand in a transfer request after Tottenham were denied a place in the Champions League after Chelsea's triumph. (Daily Mirror)

And finally, Stoke City chariman Peter Coates says Tony Pulis could attempt to lure Michael Owen to the Britannia Stadium this summer. (Sky Sports News)

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