Chelsea former manager Frank Lampard.
It is now two months since Frank Lampard was sacked by chelsea as their head coach, where he was replaced by the German manager Thomas Tuchel who seems to disapprove his coaching experience. Tuchel has never lost a single game since his debut unlike Lampard who had lost several matches.
However, the former Blues manager is likely going to secure another management deal this summer, where the links with the Scottish powerhouse Celtic FC are still on. They reported to be keen to get Lampard to compete with Steven Gerrad of Rangers FC in Scotland league. Report's the Pride of London weblog.
However, the Blues legend is also tipped to take over England U-21 management deal, following his earlier good work in bringing up young academy talents while with Derby County and Chelsea. Therefore, the 42-year old manager might consider taking over England team or go for Celtic. The England international is also linked with Crystal Please, after the premier side sacked their manager earlier this month.
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