Frank Lampard Agrees To Become New Chelsea Coach

Former Player of Chelsea, Frank Lampard has reportedly agreed to become the new coach for the club for two years after the departure of Maurizio Sarri to Juventus.

According to a report by The Sunday Times, the 40-year-old Chelsea legend who is the current manager of Derby County has been given a major assurance after Roman Abramovich the owner of Chelsea called him personally to talk about his impending contract with the club.

Chelsea will have to pay a substantial compensation package to Derby to seal the deal with Lampard.

The club will reportedly use the money they received from their own compensation package from Juventus over Maurizio Sarri move to the Italian club, to seal this deal.


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