Frank Lampard says Chelsea missing next season's UCL won't be a disaster

Frank Lampard says Chelsea missing next season's UCL won't be a disaster

- Frank Lampard says Chelsea are on course to get Champions League ticket

- The Englishman added that it won't be a disaster if the Blues fail to get it

- Chelsea need one more win this season for them to get the ticket

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Frank Lampard has stated emphatically that there won't be any problem should Chelsea fail to qualify for next season's prestigious Champions League.

Champions League is arguably the most watched competition in Europe and many other parts of the world considering the excitement in the championship.

Any team that want to play in the Champions League must make sure they finish among the top four in their League for them to participate.

Chelsea are already one leg out of this season's Champions League after losing at home against Bayern Munich in the first leg of their round of 16 duel.

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The Blues are working hard to make sure they finish among the top four this season so as for them to campaign in Europe next term.

Lampard and his men are currently occupying third position on the Premier League table and they need only one more win for them to get the Champions League ticket for next season.

But according to the report on Daily Mail, Frank Lampard feels it won't be a failure if Chelsea fail to make it to Europe next term.

''I desperately hope we get there, but for me it shouldn't put this club off its stride much because there were a lot of testing moments this year. We've shown intentions of moving in the right direction,'' Lampard explained.

Frank Lampard says missing next season's Champions League won't be a disaster

Frank Lampard says missing next season's Champions League won't be a disaster (photo: Getty)
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how with two games left to play in the 2019/20 Premier League season, Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is already planning for next season with the signing of top players.

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Already, the Blues have signed Morocco international Hakim Ziyech and the 27-year-old is expected to add more value to Chelsea's attack next season.

Timo Werner is another big player who has joined the Blues ahead of their campaign for next season.

Lampard and his wards are working hard so as for them to finish the ongoing Premier League season among the top four.

Last season, Chelsea under Maurizio Sarri won the Europa League title beating Arsenal in the final, but this term around, they will be meeting in the FA Cup final.

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