- Former teammate gives verdict on Lampard to Chelsea transfer.
- Chelsea transfer ban could be a blessing to Lampard.
Frank Lampard is favourite to become Chelsea’s next manager, with the already confirmed news of Maurizio Sarri’s departure.
The blues Legend enjoyed his first season career campaign as Derby County manager, guiding them to a Championship final play-off.
Dennis Wise aired his opinion on Chelsea appointing Frank Lampard, he believes the fellow English man is not experienced enough to handle Chelsea’s hot seat.
Chelsea is currently serving a two-window transfer ban which Denis Wise admits that it would give Lampard enough time to settle in the team.
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Although, the Blues have appealed the transfer ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Wise, however, wishes Lampard the best at Chelsea.
“I think that gives Frank more time, by having the ban,”
Wise told Sky Sports.
“But at the end of the day Chelsea is a Champions League team, they want to finish in the top four.
“They don’t want to finish in the top six, I don’t
“I think as Chelsea fans you want to be competing at the highest level and winning trophies.
“We will find out in time how it’s going to pan itself out.
“At the moment because Frank from a playing point of view, from a personal point of view, everyone loves him at Chelsea.
“But he hasn’t been long in coaching and neither has Jody.
“So it slightly worries me a little bit but if they get it I wish them all the luck, both of them.
“It’s going to be tough for him but fingers crossed they do the right thing for Chelsea and do well.”
The blues have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against the Two-window transfer ban they received from FIFA for signing foreign youth players.
The West London club was sanctioned by FIFA in February for the signing of under 18 foreign players misconduct, the club appealed for it in May but it was disapproved.
Chelsea responded by contesting the appeal committee of FIFA’s decision and have their appeal received by CAS, the club would now hope to receive good news from the court.