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Lampard Lands Another Coaching Job in the Premier League 1 Year After Being Sacked at Chelsea
- Frank Lampard is now on the verge of being announced as the new coach of Everton after reaching agreement
- The Englishman was sacked at Chelsea 18 months ago due to poor performance and was replaced with Thomas Tuchel
- Lampard's main target at Everton will be for the club not to suffer relegation at the end of the ongoing season
Frank Lampard has agreed a two-and-a-half year contract to become the new coach of Premier League side Everton following the sacking of former Liverpool gaffer Rafa Benitez.
Since Frank Lampard was fired at Premier League side Chelsea, the Englishman has not gotten another job before his latest breakthrough with Everton.
Everton have not been finding things rosy this season in the Premier League and this was the reason that made the club's chiefs to disengage Rafa Benitez.
Lampard is now working on appointing his backroom staff, but is not thought to be bringing Jody Morris, his No2 from Derby and Chelsea, with him.
Instead the it's claimed he intends to bring Joe Edwards and Anthony Barry with him to Merseyside.
What is Everton;s current position on the EPL table?
After 20 games played so far this season in the Premier League, Everton are currently occupying 16th position and the club's chiefs are scared of dropping.
Which club will Everton face in next match?
Everton will be facing Brentford in their next game on Saturday, February 5, which is the FA Cup in which Frank Lampard is expected to be in charge.
Tension at Stamford Bridge As Juventus plot move for Chelsea midfielder
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Juventus have enquired about the availability of Chelsea midfielder, Jorginho, as the former Italian champions are seeking to boost the quality of their midfield.
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According to a report via Sports Bible, Juventus have now made contact with the player’s representatives to see if the Euro 2020 winner can be prized away from Stamford Bridge.
This will be the second time the Old Lady have made a move to sign Jorginho as they were previously interested in his services when former Blues boss Mauricio Sarri was in charge of Juventus.
Chelsea supporters appear confident Jorginho will not make a move this summer as the 30-year old’s still have 18-months to run on his current contract with the London club.