Chelsea Legend Frank Lampard in talks for managerial position

Chelsea Legend Frank Lampard Has apparently Spoken to Oxford United About The Vacant Manager’s Position

According to reports Frank Lampard has held talks with Oxford United over the open vacant manager’s position following the recent departure of Michael Appleton who went to Leicester City.

With Appleton making the move over to Leicester to work with Craig Shakespeare as an assistant, Oxford United are on the lookout for his successor, and recently retired Lampard is a seemingly a top contender for the job.

According to ​Sky Sports, the former Chelsea midfielder has held discussions with the League One side who are understood to be seriously considering offering the 39-year-old his first job in management.

There are seemingly a number of candidates for the position with a number of interviews scheduled for prospective managers in the immediate future, including Pep Clotet, who worked as Garry Monk’s assistant at Swansea and Leeds.

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