Frank Lampard has tended to gossips connecting him with the Chelsea work – smashing fans’ expectations he will take over from Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
The Chelsea legend is as of now accountable for Championship side Derby County and has just come back to the Bridge this season, when his Derby side lost 3-2 in the Carabao Cup back in October.
He’s been always connected with the activity at Chelsea with Sarri going under expanding weight from fans after conflicting outcomes and exhibitions have seen the side drop out of the top four.
Fans at the club would love to see their deity in thedugout having seen him lift the Premier League and Champions League amid his time in west London, yet Lampard has dashed their expectations as he’s demanded his making arrangements for next season with Derby.
“I can’t do much,” said Lampard, who went to the discussion alongside Derby’s proprietor and administrator, Mel Morris, and CEO Stephen Pearce.
“Having played for Chelsea for a long time, and the connection I have with them will go on perpetually, it potentially implies if Chelsea have their minutes, which we as a whole realize they have had there, at that point I am a simple connection. So was Zidane before he took the Real Madrid work.