- Lampard is Chelsea’s number one candidate.
- Chelsea hold talks with Lampard for managerial job.
Chelsea have start initial talks with Frank Lampard with the possibility of him replacing Maurizio Sarri.
Sarri lead Chelsea to an Europa triumph last month and secured a Champions league spot for them, but despite his achievement he is set to join Juventus for against the coming season.
Sarri will replace Allegri at Juventus, Allegri was aslo linked with the Stamford Bridge job and was reported to be taking English lessons ahead of a possible move to the English side.
The Italian coach is most likely to go on a coaching break, which will force Chelsea to weigh in other options, Benitez was also linked with the hot-seat earlier this week.
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Ajax’s Erik Ten Haag was also recently linked to chelsea, joining the long list is Javi Garcia(Watford) and also Nuno Espirinto of Wolves.
Lampard has hereby topped the list as the most likely to be appointed coach, as he held talks with Chelsea’s executives recently as reported by savechelsea.net.
Frank Lampard has only been managing for a year, and even though he impressed by taking Derby County to the play offs, the blues still wants to hold on talks considering his suitability.
The former Chelsea midfielder, only missed out on taking Derby County to the premier league when he lost to his former teammate side in the play-offs, Aston Villa coached by John Terry beat Frank Lampard’s Derby County in a 2-1 encounter.
‘It’s been a bit of an obvious link all season. If I say it is maybe because of where we’re at in the final, and we’re being talked about, and we’ve had a good year, and then I get linked because of my 13 years at the club.
I understand the link,’ said Lampard ahead of Derby’s Wembley defeat. ‘But in terms of how I’m seeing it, I don’t want to think about it. I want to talk about Monday, I want to work with the team, I want to get this over the line for us.
‘I’ve got two years left on my contract here and I see no further than Monday. I will sit down with Mel after the game, which was planned before all this [Chelsea] talk anyway, to see firstly what the result was on Monday, because that’s going to be defining how we chat, and to see where the club goes forward. It’s as simple as that.’
However, we also reported that Chelsea is advised to appoint Ajax coach Ten Haag.