LAMPARD EARNS £2M CHELSEA PAYOFF

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was paid just £2m as payoff following his dismissal from his role as their manager. Frank Lampard enjoyed a very good career as a player at Stamford Bridge. The 42-year-old spent over a decade at Stamford Bridge following his move from London rivals West Ham United in the summer of 2003. Frank Lampard spent 11 years at Chelsea on the back of his £11m move from the Hammers.


He went on to attain legendary status at Chelsea due to his goals. Frank Lampard won several titles for the Blues in addition to being the record goalscorer for the club till date.

PULISIC IS BEING WASTED UNDER LAMPARD

Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic should not be playing for the West London giants at this moment according to Former United States of America international Alexis Lalas. According to him, Pulisic is too good for the present Chelsea team and that the ex-Borussia Dortmund forward is being wasted under Blues manager Frank Lampard.


Alexis Lalas talked about Christian Pulisic, Frank Lampard and Chelsea on the State of the Union podcast.
Alexis Lalas buttressed his point by saying that Christian Pulisic was the only player who tried to change the game for the Chelsea during the defeat to Manchester City in their last league game and that he needs better players around him.

LAMPARD RETAINS CHELSEA SUPPORT - REPORT

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard retains the support of the club amidst the growing pressure on him following a run of just one win from the last five matches in the Premier League. The Blues are not ready to change their manager according to the Transfer Window Podcast as Frank Lampard would be given enough time to turn things around. After a good start to the season, Frank Lampard and Chelsea have lost their way with four points gained from the last fifteen points on offer in the league.


The recent poor run in the league has seen the Blues drop down the league table. Chelsea are in sixth place on the table and are presently far from the title picture at the moment.

LAMPARD PROVIDES INJURY UPDATE ON WINGERS

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has provided the latest update on the injuries of wingers Hakim Ziyech and Callum Hudson-Odoi. The Blues boss gave the update on the two Chelsea wingers during his post-match press conference after the final group game in Group E on Tuesday night. The Blues played hosts to Russian Premier League team Krasnodar at Stamford Bridge in their final group game of this season's Champions League.
On the two players, Frank Lampard does not expect Hakim Ziyech and Callum Hudson-Odoi to return to his team until the end of this month. According to him, they went for scans on Monday and it showed that they would be out of action for around two weeks.

Frank Lampard added that Moroccan international Ziyech is most likely to return to action sooner out of the two players. He sustained the injury during the league win over Leeds United at Stamford Bridge at the weekend. Lampard and Chelsea came from behind to beat Leeds United 3-1 at home to continue their push for the title. The Blues are in third position on the league log and two points off leaders Spurs and Liverpool in second place after eleven matches this season.

LAMPARD EYEING JANUARY SWOOP FOR DECLAN RICE

Blues manager Frank Lampard is still hot on the chase for England and West Ham superstar Declan Rice, according to multiple reports. The Chelsea boss and Jody Morris, his deputy are huge admirers of Rice, who has starred astonishingly under David Moyes in East London.

Lampard splashed the cash on a number of marquee signings for Chelsea in the summer but seems to hunger for more squad depth. Reports claim that he has already drawn up a list of his key transfer targets ahead of the window opening in January, with Rice topping his wish-list.

Lampard keen to sign another striker in the summer

Frank Lampard has to sign a striker who is capable of scoring goals. As the summer transfer window opens the clubs will be looking forward tosigning players. Timo Werner is one of the players that have interests from various clubs. Chelsea currently has Tammy Abraham who is good at forwards but other than him none has raised to their position. Lampard with the upcoming Premier League season and Champions League has to sign a player that has the likes of Diego Costa.

Diego Costa during his time in Chelsea has contributed a lot to the club. He was transferred from Atletico Madrid on 2014 to Stamford Bridge and in the first season in the club,he led them to Premier League victory. In that season under Jose Mourinho, he has scored 21 goals from 37 appearances and became the favourite of the fans. In the second season with Chelsea, he lost his touch.

Frank Lampard wants the seniors of the team to take the lead

Frank Lampard wants Chelsea players to take up the charge on leading the team to Champions League. The chase for occupying a top spot in the Premier League has intensified with the ban on Manchester City lifted off. Liverpool and Manchester City haveclaimed the first two spots and the rest of the clubs are waiting for the next two spots to be claimed as their own.

Frank Lampard wants the seniors of the team to take the lead

Frank Lampard wants Chelsea players to take up the charge on leading the team to Champions League. The chase for occupying a top spot in the Premier League has intensified with the ban on Manchester City lifted off. Liverpool and Manchester City haveclaimed the first two spots and the rest of the clubs are waiting for the next two spots to be claimed as their own.

Jorginho is important to Chelsea, says Frank Lampard

Chelsea manager is happy with the midfielder Jorginho and said that he is important to the team even though he hasn’t been the part of the team since the resumption of the league. At the beginning of the 2019–2020 season, he was a part of the regular team but since the resumption of the league, he has only been given a chance in the game against Crystal Palace as a substitute in the 80th minute of the game.

Mateo Kovacic aiming to learn from manager Frank Lampard

Chelsea midfielder Mateo Kovacic has said that he is aiming to improve his goalscoring record under manager Frank Lampard. The Croatia international is currently in his second season at the west London giants and he has emerged as a key player under the guidance of Lampard. The 26-year-old has impressed with his tireless workrate and ability to link up with the club’s forwards but he has not necessarily contributed in the form of goals.

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