Frank Lampard: Chelsea offer three-year contract to Lampard to be the Blue manager after Maurizio Sarri leaves Stamford Bridge.
Thus, in recent advancements, according to a report by the ESPN, as per Calciomercato, Chelsea have offered a three-year deal to Lampard in order to take the managerial role at his previous club.
The former Chelsea legend is reportedly very near to accept the job with the Blues and set to return at the Stamford Bridge ahead of the following season.
Chelsea’s hierarchy was impressed with Lampard’s successful stint with Derby, and considering they had a dispute with Sarri, Lampard seemed as a viable option amidst transfer ban.
However, several experts and fans are criticizing the move, as they believe that the former English International need to grow as a manager before taking a risky job at Chelsea, Since, he is in the initial years of his managerial career.
On the other side, Chelsea were lined with other managers but transfer ban on Chelsea have warded off several candidates from the offer.
Thus, keeping Lampard as the only possibility to take the Blues further. Additionally, Lampard has also been brave enough to give regular chances to young players, thus, it could have influenced Chelsea board, as he can seek quality from the academy amidst transfer crises.
For now, Chelsea are yet to finish their manager saga as they have not made any announcement regarding it as of now.
How twitter reacted
Lampard about to pull off a modern day "The Great Train Robbery". Don't say you weren't warned. https://t.co/ke5TrDpZO7
— Board Man Gets Paid (@NwannadiEden) June 18, 2019
Something just ain’t right about the whole Lampard situation…
— C.Southall. (@chrisdcfc) June 18, 2019
exactly, i was Sarri in from the start and 100% so disrespected from some fans, but sarri out fans think i cant now back Lampard? not 100% sure purely because 1 year only and will he be backed? But if he gets the job i am 100% behind him and will support him all the way
— . (@EdenHaz13409296) June 18, 2019
When Lampard brings on Willian to change the game next season. pic.twitter.com/ycjsp3zzhC
— Bikram Karki (@KarkiBikram99) June 18, 2019
Ruud Gullit: "Lampard has done nothing yet as a coach. Chelsea also gave me this opportunity, we won a lot so that inexperience has nothing to do with it. It's important for Chelsea they've someone they can relate to. I hope they can get the right people around him." #CFC
— Emmanuel Quophi Wusu (@TimVasco99) June 18, 2019
After a stall in negotiations with Frank Lampard, Chelsea Women manager Emma Hayes has emerged as the front runner for the Chelsea Men’s side. Hayes has one year left on her contract (Source: BBC) pic.twitter.com/lnzhF97MCE
— Womens Transfer News (@womenstransfer) June 18, 2019
Chelsea would only be looking forward for the Pre-season tour, as they cannot make plans for the Transfer windows.