Club Legend Back At Chelsea Ahead Of Picking Up A Coaching Role

Frank Lampard of Chelsea celebrates with the UEFA Champions League trophy.

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It has been a superb season for Chelsea so far as they are not too far away from lifting the Premier League title this season.

And adding to it, they are also now ready to welcome back one of their legends in Frank Lampard this month.

The English midfielder, who is the highest goalscoring midfielder for Chelsea, recently declared his retirement earlier this month and returned to England, ending his time at the MLS.

The 38-year old is now back at the Bridge and has been in attendance at the academy for a while now, working on his badges with a B License.

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And according to a report from the Daily Mail, the Blues are desperate not to lose the legend like Arsenal lost Patrick Vieira to Manchester City not so long ago.

The Blues want to keep the player at the club and are ready to offer him the coaching job as soon as he gets all his badges while the FA is also interested in adding him to their coaching staff for the domestic circuit.

And Chelsea are so desperate that they are ready to offer Lampard any role at the club just to keep him from joining elsewhere.

Having made 649 appearances for Chelsea in his time at the Bridge, Lampard won three Premier League titles, a Champions League, four FA Cups, two League Cups and the Europa League and is one of the most decorated players around.

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He also has 106 international caps for England and is one of the most experienced personnel in the world of football currently at the Bridge.

He is currently working towards his UEFA A or Pro License and is hoping to stick with the club for a longer time.

Lampard, who spent a year at the Etihad, is still regarded as one of the most influential players at Chelsea and is a fan favourite.

He will surely be a superb addition to this Chelsea side that is slowly growing in all directions.


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