GOOD MORNING CHELSEA FANS
Frank Lampard has said he is keen to remain in charge of Chelsea for as long as possible.
And the Blues boss admits he has been embracing the pressure of his job which has seen the club spend £200million on signings under his tenure last summer.
Lampard told reporters: “The first person that puts pressure on me is me. I do that all the time, for good and for bad. I take it on. I don’t mind it. That’s how I am.”
Meanwhile, the Blues are rumoured to be eyeing a move for AC Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma despite adding Edouard Mendy to their ranks last year.
The 21-year-old Italian is due to be out of contract at the end of the season.
And Chelsea have also been linked with a swoop for Strasbourg defender Mohamed Simakan.
Le Sport10 claims the club have been in contact with the Ligue 1 outfit over the possibility of a move for the £13.5million rated star.
The Strasbourg ace has also been a target for AC Milan, Burnley, Tottenham and West Ham.
And TalkSport’s Tony Cascarino reckons Declan Rice could offer Chelsea more security in midfield.
The former Blues ace believes his old side should consider a move for the West Ham star.