Former Chelsea fantastic midfielder Frank Lampard has rejoined Chelsea to complete his coaching badges as he decides on his next move as far as football is concern – which could include him becoming a manager.
The Chelsea legend retired from football at the end of last January and is now weighing up his options in terms of going to become a coach.
The former blues star reportedly rejected several offers to continue being a player, with Swansea being the notable club interested in signing him. He however will now pursue his coaching badges at the Stamford Bridge club.
Lampard made 649 appearances for the blues and won 106 England caps in his playing time. Chelsea are still confident that he would remain loyal to them should he pursue a coaching career.
With Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard also moving into coaching, we look out to who among them would end up becoming a manager first.
In their playing periods, both of them were unable to play next to eachother for their country, and could face off against eachother from the dugout in the future.
The former Liverpool captain was rumoured to have an offer from MK Dons, but is however now part of the Liverpool academy setup.