Derby County owner Mel Morris has revealed that the Rams are yet to receive any offer for manager Frank Lampard amidst widespread reports that Premier League giants Chelsea are lining up their former midfielder to become the new manager at Stamford Bridge.
The Derby County supremo revealed that the English Championship club is yet to receive an offer from Chelsea for Frank Lampard.
Mel Morris made this known during an interview with Sky Sports as he said that senior club officials have made their position known to Frank Lampard and that they want him to stay at Derby County for the long haul.
Chelsea are without a manager after Maurizio Sarri left for Italian Serie A giants Juventus at the weekend.
Sarri was named the Juventus manager on Sunday.
The Italian has penned a three-year deal with the Old Lady to replace Maximiliano Allegri at Juventus Stadium.
Sarri spent just one season as the Chelsea manager.
He finished his Blues tenure with the Europa League title via a 4-1 win over London rivals Arsenal in their final clash last month.
Frank Lampard is still the favourites for the vacant managerial job at Chelsea despite the new development from Derby County.
The former Chelsea midfielder is the all-time top scorer in the history of the club with 211 goals during his 13-year stay at Stamford Bridge (2001-2014).