- Tammy Abraham is delighted on the prospect Lampard will be his new manager.
- There will never be a better time to prove myself than Now.
Tammy Abraham made his opinion known about the possibility of Chelsea’s all-time leading goalscorer becoming his new manager, the England U21 striker said:
‘There is no better guy to play under’ than Frank Lampard
Though no official news has confirmed that the Derby boss will take over from Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea’s new manager.
The Chelsea legend is reported to be the favorite in the race to be the new manager at the Bridge. Former manager Maurizio Sarri was confirmed last week to join Italian giants Juventus.
41-year-old Lampard debuted as a manager on the 31st of May 2018 when he was appointed as Derby County’s manager. He led the Rams to the Championship promotion play-off final only to fall short by a goal.
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His side lost to Tammy Abraham’s loan club Aston Villa when asked about Lampard taking over at the Bridge to be his new manager, he said:
“Yes, if it was him to take over the job, I believe in myself,” Abraham told The Telegraph.
“There is no better guy [than Lampard] to play under. Someone you have grown up watching, been at Chelsea forever.
“He knows about me as well. I played against his team in the play-off final.”
The 21-year-old in 40 appearances scored 26 goals for the Villans in the championship, the England International is positive he can make a breakthrough to Chelsea’s first-team in the next season.
All Chelsea’s youngster and Abraham will look to maximize the opportunity the two-season transfer ban on the Blues, he added:
“This year is the most important year for us, It is now or never. There will never be a better time to play the youngsters,”
Aston Villa is keen on retaining the young striker services as they return to the Premier League, but Tammy Abraham aim is for a breakthrough at Chelsea as a player.
Tammy Abraham has returned to his parent Club following his successful campaign at Villa Park. The 21-year-old hopes his performances at the Championship will earn him a spot as a regular in the squad come next season.