Frank Lampard: ‘Chelsea will not try to copy Liverpool or Manchester City’

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Frank Lampard firmly insists that his Chelsea side will appearance to bridge the space to the top of the Premier League in their own way and will not copy Liverpool or Manchester City.

Frank Lampard has actually firmly insisted that his Chelsea side will appearance to bridge the space to the top of the Premier League in their own way and will not copy Liverpool or Manchester City

Lampard’s first season as a manager at Stamford Bridge sees the Blues being in 4th location in the Premier League, having actually handled a transfer restriction in last summer’s window.

The 41- year-old confessed that closing the space will not be simple, however Lampard specified that the Blues have their own special process in their look for success.

“I don’t want to jump the gun because what Liverpool and Manchester City have done has been clear; I’d be a fool to suggest we can bridge that gap quickly because there has been a lot of hard work at those clubs in terms of recruitment of top players, of great coaches,” he informed Sky Sports News.

” We have to belong to thatprocess We have to do it our way, we can’t try tocopy We have actually had experienced players around this year to assist the children however we understand there are little locations within the squad … a few of that’s what we have on the ground here currently, a few of that is how we may look to hire.

” What’s going on in the world has actually made it very challenging to intend on thatfront Going into this break I definitely felt we were moving in the right instructions and with ongoing development and work on the training ground, as well as possibly bringing in some players in key locations to try and assist us bridge that space, yes, I have actually got a strong belief that we can [challenge].”

Lampard has actually currently been preparing ahead in regards to the recruitment of new players for next season with Ajax midfielder Hakim Ziyech signing up with the club on July 1 for a preliminary charge of ₤349 m.

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