- Lampard is confident in his Squad capabilities.
- I don’t need new players, I am very happy with the squad and determined to be successful.
Frank Lampard, Chelsea’s all-time highest goalscorer, was appointed as Blues new manager earlier this month and he is happy to return to the club where he enjoyed many Successes.
Chelsea is currently facing a two-window transfer ban but new manager Frank Lampard is not bothered, in fact, the 41-year-old is confident that the Premier League giants do not need new players to taste success.
Chelsea is unable to register new players to their squad following the FIFA ban, Lampard will be tasked with utilizing the squad he inherits from predecessor Mauricio Sarri to it full and efficiently promoting growth among the young players from the club’s academy.
On Tuesday the new manager on his arrival in Yokohama, Japan for the club’s pre-season tour, Lampard said:
“I think I have inherited very good players,” Lampard said ahead of Chelsea’s pre-season friendly against Japanese champions Kawasaki Frontale on Friday.
“We can’t bring in any new players, we know that this year. But I don’t need new players. I am very happy with the squad and determined for us to be successful.
“I have my own way that I want to work with the players and I have to say, in the one week we have been training, I have been very happy with the attitude and the qualities of the players.”
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Friday’s clash with Kawasaki Frontinale will be Lampard’s third game in charge as Chelsea manager. Over the course of last week Chelsea played two pre-season games in Ireland, the Blues secured one win and a draw.
Savechelsea.net earlier reported Lampard will bring some of his backroom staffs to Chelsea.