Frank Lampard’s name is in Rangers’ orbit as a possible successor to Michael Beale on the Scottish team’s bench. Since Chelsea decided to do without his services at the end of April of this year, the former English footballer and coach has been waiting for an opportunity to return to the world of football as a coach.
The Rangers Board of Directors would seriously consider Lampard as a viable option to lead the team. The former Chelsea manager is rumored to have shown a positive predisposition towards the possibility of managing the Scottish club. Although he has had previous offers, Lampard rejected them as he did not consider them suitable. However, the prospect of leading Rangers could change his mind.
Frank Lampard is a recognized name in European football. During his playing career, he was an iconic figure for Chelsea and the English national team. As a manager, he had a successful spell at Derby County before taking over at Chelsea. Despite being dismissed by the London club, his experience and knowledge of the game make him an interesting candidate for Rangers.
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While Lampard would face a considerable challenge in the Scottish Premiership, his arrival could revitalize the team and attract new talent to the club. His focus on developing young players could be a valuable asset for the Rangers.