- Frank Lampard is reportedly not scared off becoming Chelsea boss despite transfer ban with Sarri fighting for job
- The Blues legend is two games away from guiding Derby County into the Championship play-offs
- His team are currently sixth on the Championship table and occupy the last play-offs spot
Derby County manager Frank Lampard is reportedly not scared to succeed Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea should the Italian be shown the exit door at the end of the season.
According to a report on ESPN, Lampard will still consider the Chelsea job, despite the Blues impending two-window transfer ban.
Lampard’s Derby are currently sixth on the Championship table and occupy the last play-offs spot but they will still have to face Bristol City, Swansea and West Brom, with Middlesbrough breathing down their neck in seventh position.
On the other hand, Sarri is under huge pressure at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues facing a tricky tie this weekend against Man United at Old Trafford.
A defeat for Chelsea could see them surrender their fourth position on the league and wave goodbye their hopes of Champions League football next season.
Frank Lampard will reportedly not be scared off succeeding Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea should the Italian depart in the summer.
It is believed that Sarri’s coaching staff are convinced he will be sacked at the end of the season as the Italian has been linked with a move back to Serie A to join either one of AC Milan, Inter Milan or Roma.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has been tipped by bookies to replace Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
The former England international is the head coach of Championship side Derby County, who are currently sixth on the table.
With the way they are going, the Rams could gain promotion to the Premier League at the end of this campaign.
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