- Lampard still favorite to land Chelsea Job.
- Shaun wright-Phillips advice Lampard to ignore Chelsea.
- Didier Drogba to star in the weekend soccer aid.
Chelsea held talks with Frank Lampard over replacing outgoing Maurizio Sarri.
Frank Lampard remains the number one candidate to replace Maurizio Sarri despite other veteran coaches linked to the club.
It’s highly likely that Sarri would be heading to Italy this week to join the current Serie A champions Juventus for the open managerial job.
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Chelsea will now be on a desperate look out for a replacement for Sarri, with Lampard being the favorite to land the job, other contenders like Wolves boss Nuno Espirinto, Allegri(Free Agent), Erik Ten Hag(Ajax) and Javi Garcia(Watford) are not been ruled out.
Frank Lampard was picture in London with his former teammate Didier Drogba on Tuesday.
The Chelsea legends was in Walton street for lunch, which was few miles away from the blues fortress Stamford Bridge.
The Blues legends met for lunch in Walton Street, under two miles away from Stamford Bridge.
Roman Abramovich holds a lot of respect for Frank Lampard and favors him for the Chelsea’s hot seat despite his lack of experience, although Lampard has impressed in his first season of management with Derby County.
Menawhile, Shaun wright-Phillips implore the former veteran midfielder and old country side teammate to ignore Chelsea’s call.
“He may as well continue progressing as a coach and then when he goes there he goes there for good,” Wright-Phillips said.
“That’s what I would like to see him do but if he feels ready for it – and only he knows – he should jump at it.”
Didier Drogba in another news is in town ahead of soccer aid to be played this weekend.
The Ivory Coast retired player will play for the Rest of the World XI against England at the Stamford Bridge as the Chelsea legend would use the tunnel once again with Movie stars TV stars and Music stars.
Savechelsea.net also reported on Frank Lampard- I’m ready for Chelsea’s job.