- Frank Lampard has applauded his former club Chelsea for winning the Champions League beating Man City in the final
- Chelsea showed great determination in the Champions League final against the Citizens and won the battle
- Lampard hailed Thomas Tuchel and also saluted the duo of Mason Mount and Reece James for their performances
Former Chelsea gaffer Frank Lampard has stated clearly that he holds no grudges against anyone after being sacked at Stamford Bridge and the club went ahead to win the Champions League.
After the departure of Sarri at the London based club, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich decided to give his former player and captain Frank Lampard the chance to coach the team.
But despite spending huge amount during the summer transfer of last season, Frank Lampard and his wards were unable to impress in the Premier League.
This made the Blues’ board to axe the 42-year-old and replaced him with Thomas Tuchel who was incredible in his first season as Chelsea manager.
According to the report on UK Sun and also Sbnation, Frank Lampard explained that he was proud to see Chelsea winning the Champions League as he named Mason Mount and Reece James as players who impressed him.
“I was part of the early foundations potentially but Thomas has done a fantastic job getting us there. I will say when I watched it, first I am a Chelsea person.”
Since the Blues became the champions of Europe, Thomas Tuchel who is the manager of the side has been trying to bolster his squad ahead of next season’s campaign in all competitions.
There have been concerns that Antonio Rudiger might be leaving Chelsea this summer and the Blues’ chiefs are already preparing a replacement for him.
According to the report, the Stamford Bridge landlords are also interested in the signing of Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.
The Poland international has been heavily linked with a move to west London as Tuchel aims to improve his attacking options.
After spending five years at Stamford Bridge, Cesc Fabregas had to leave the Premier League side in January 2019 after being declared surplus to requirements by former coach Sarri.
Maurizio Sarri preferred Jorginho ahead of Cesc Fabregas which made the Spaniard to play only six Premier League games for Chelsea that season.