Chelsea Set To Offer Frank Lampard A Three-Year Deal As New Manager
Premier League giants Chelsea are reportedly set to offer former player Frank Lampard a three-year deal to become their new manager.
This is according to the publication from popular media channel ESPN which claimed that the Blues want to make Frank Lampard their new manager.
Lampard, 40, is the Derby County manager at the moment.
He was named the Derby County manager last summer in what’s his first managerial job and the former Chelsea midfielder impressed a great deal in his first season as the Rams boss.
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard led Derby County to the English Championship Playoff final before they were beaten 2-1 by Aston Villa.
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Lampard and Derby County missed out on promotion to the Premier League to Aston Villa who sealed a spot in the English top flight as a result of the victory over the Rams during the game played at the Wembley Stadium.
Chelsea are in need of a new manager after Maurizio Sarri left for Juventus on Sunday.
Sarri has penned a three-year deal with the Italians after leaving Stamford Bridge.
The Italian tactician spent just one season at Chelsea whom he led to the third spot on the Premier League table in addition to the Europa League title via a 4-1 win over Arsenal in Baku.