By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The Arsenal legend, in his column for The Sun, wrote that Abramovich's 'trigger happy' attitude towards managers would have turned off Pep Guardiola - the man the Russian billionaire really wants at Stamford Bridge - from a future role at the club.
Di Matteo was sacked as Chelsea manager last week for an indifferent start to the new campaign but just six months after guiding the Blues to the UEFA Champions League and FA Cup trophies.
"Everyone can see Pep Guardiola is the man Roman clearly covets above everyone else," Wright said.
"But the way the owner's gone about things, you'd have to question why he'd [Guardiola] want to put his neck in the noose. There are already murmurs Pep isn't as keen on it as people maybe once thought. Suggestions are he is really waiting for the Manchester United - or possibly even City - jobs, because at least the owners there are prepared to give time to get it right.
"And let's be honest, that's not something you expect from Abramovich, from the day you walk into the club.
"Roman has shown he doesn't give a hoot about what the fans think, never more than when turning to Rafa Benitez [as interim manager].
"You would be hard-pushed to find a Blues supporter happy at the prospect.
"He's become like a kid in the biggest toy shop in the world, who simply moves on to the next thing to catch his eye as soon as things get slightly rocky."
Wright also revealed that he hopes Guardiola "isn't the kind of guy who would take a job knowing the owner could treat the manager as callously" as Abramovich has done at Chelsea.
"I know Roman can turn round and point to a trophy haul now in double figures since he bought the club, and to that end he may feel it justifies everything," Wright said.
"But it comes down to credibility, he's hardly been top of the league for that.
"It really doesn't leave a pleasant taste in the mouth - it's almost vulgar to treat people as he has.
"Even though Chelsea have won so much - and I have to admit I'm really envious of them for that - there's a horrible stench about it."
It has been estimated by The Sun that Abramovich has fired seven of his last eight Chelsea managers at a cost of £70million.