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Who can replace Frank Lampard as Chelsea boss?

Given the performance of the Blues in 8 poor Premier League games, Lampard could be axed with Abramovich pulling the strings.

At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is under mounting pressure and Roman Abramovich is pondering whether or not to sack him. As they slipped to eighth in the Premier League, the Blues manager saw his side lose to Manchester City.
With Lampard coming under mounting pressure at Chelsea, Roman Abramovich has his finger on the trigger at Stamford Bridge.

It comes after the Blues, who were knocked down by Leicester at King Power Stadium on Tuesday, had another frustrating night.

We look at possible replacements for Lampard should he be shown the door at Chelsea.

Massimiliano Allegri

There would be no better choice than the readily available Massimiliano Allegri, if Abramovich wants experience and trophies.

Since his exit, Juventus hasn’t been the same, a club where he won almost everything in sight in Serie A.

Thomas Tuchel

The German has just been sacked from PSG and is poised to step right into the Chelsea helms.

Tuchel has a stern hand and is a recognised workaholic with his own philosophy about how he wants his teams to play (Express).

Julian Nagelsmann

Julian Nagelsmann has proven that, beyond his years, he has a lot of managerial acumen.

So far, he has forged a career at both at RB Leipzig and Hoffenheim, and last year made it to the semi-finals of the Champions League, while this season he has seen his side advance from a group stage with tough teams like PSG and Manchester United.

Brendan Rogers

There is a lot to admire about Rodgers – he knows the club well after serving as a mentor there, has Premier League experience, plays creative football and beautifully develops young people.

Members of the Blues hierarchy admire the former Liverpool manager, but will he rope the club back into title contention? That becomes a vital question

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