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Not Klopp, Not Ancelloti But Roberto Di Matteo Take Over As Liverpool Manager

Liverpool are said to be considering a shock signing of former Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo after they sacked their former manager Brendan Rodgers following his bore draw against Everton in their derby match on Sunday.

The Reds former boss, Brendan Rodgers must not have known that his job was under scrutiny and his fate would be sealed with the outcome of the derby match on Sunday and was sacked that same night following the mediocre performance witnessed again by Liverpool fans.

Liverpool who now sit tenth on the Premier League table have since that night been reportedly considering signing Italian Carlo Ancelotti who has also had a spell with Chelsea and Dutchman Jurgen Klopp but have added that they could also be looking at Di Matteo who has been out of a job for five months now after resigning from his former club Shalke who finished sixth in the Bundesliga.

Di Matteo is fondly remembered by Chelsea fans as been the Manager to have led them to first ever Champions League Trophy in 2012. The Switzerland-born Italian has also coached teams like West Bromwich Albion and MK Dons but is obviously lacking in experience to the other two options of Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klopp for the vacant Liverpool manager seat.

The 45-year-old manager might be the one to work some magic and turn around the fortunes of Liverpool who have been woeful so far in the Premiership but it remains to be seen if he will sign for Liverpool or if it will be Ancelotti or Klopp and if the new manager will take over before Liverpool’s next match.

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