Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is expected to leave the West London giants this summer after one year in charge of the newly crowned Europa League champions.
The Italian tactician is most likely to leave Chelsea in the coming days with Serie A champions Juventus hot on his trail.
The Italian giants have made him their number one target in the bid to replace Maximiliano Allegri who stepped down as the Juventus manager last month.
Juventus turned to Maurizio Sarri despite his Napoli roots after they were snubbed by Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
With the exit of Sarri from Chelsea imminent, senior club officials are weighing up the potential candidates for the Blues job and they have arrived at three options according to the publication from the Daily Mirror.
It was revealed that their search for a new manager has been narrowed down to Derby County manager Frank Lampard, former Juventus and AC Milan boss Maximiliano Allegri and Ajax Amsterdam manager Eric ten Hag.
Frank Lampard is a Chelsea legend after 648 games over a 13-year spell at the club which ended with him as the all-time goalscorer at Stamford Bridge.
He has done well in his first managerial job at Derby County whom he led to the Championship Playoffs before they were beaten by Aston Villa.
Maximiliano Allegri and Eric ten Hag are more experienced options than Frank Lampard.