Frank Lampard Set ‘To Be Appointed’ As New Coach At Stamford Bridge (Chelsea)
Frank Lampard, a Chelsea and England legend is set to be appointed as the new manager of Chelsea within the next two days.
The former Blues midfielder is set to return to Stamford Bridge alongside his current Derby No 2 and former Chelsea player Jody Morris, with their roles set to be announced ‘in the next 48 hours,’ talkSPORT report.
With his imminent move to Chelsea, Lampard, 41, who has been Derby manager will replace Maurizio Sarri who left his post to take over at Serie A champions Juventus.
As a player at Chelsea, Lampard made 648 appearances and is the club’s record goalscorer with 211 strikes. He won three Premier Leagues, four FA Cups, the Champions League, and Europa League, starring in an era of unprecedented success for the club.
At Derby, Lampard won 24 games from 57 matches and also led them to the quarter-final stage of the Carabao Cup.