Frank Lampard has reportedly agreed deal to become next Chelsea manager – He is currently the gaffer of Championship side Derby County and the club have allowed him to talk with Chelsea – Lampard is now expected to replace Italian Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge in the coming season Frank Lampard has reportedly agreed a three-year deal to become the new Chelsea manager, and the Englishman will start work at Stamford Bridge next week. Chelsea have been looking for another manager since the departure of Maurizio Sarri who is now the handler of Italian champions Juventus. Lampard played for Chelsea for 13 years before he left the club, and up till today, he remains the club’s highest goalscorer with 211 goals.
On Wednesday, June 25, Derby County chiefs made it clear that they have permitted Frank Lampard to have discussions with Chelsea over a return to Stamford Bridge. And according to the latest report by UK Sun, Frank Lampard has agreed to take over from Sarri after a successful meeting with Chelsea chiefs. Lampard will work alongside rookie technical and performance adviser Petr Cech who retired as a player after the Europa League final where he played for Arsenal against the Blues. Former Chelsea midfielder Jody Morris will be Lampard’s assistant alongside goalkeeping coach Shay Given and fitness coach Chris Jones.