Chelsea boss Frank Lampard wants Ben Chilwell as first signing once transfer ban lifted

Ben Chilwell is a target for Frank Lampard
Chilwell is a goal for Lampard (Picture: Getty)

Frank Lampard has known Ben Chilwell as his first signing once Chelsea’s transfer ban is lifted, in keeping with reviews.

The Leicester City full-back is likely one of the maximum coveted left-backs within the Premier League, attracting passion from Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

Lampard too is an enormous fan of Chilwell and has been maintaining an in depth eye on his growth.

The Sun declare Chilwell is valued at £70million and Lampard wants to signal the 22-year-old as Chelsea’s new long-term left-back.

Lampard dropped standard No.1 left-back Marcos Alonso from the beginning 11 that misplaced to Manchester United on Sunday amid reviews the Spaniard is weighing up his long run at Stamford Bridge.



Emerson began as an alternative, however Chelsea have been put to the sword by means of Manchester United in a 4-Zero hammering at Old Trafford.

Manchester City has additionally been connected with Chilwell and Chelsea can be expecting to stand pageant for the Englishman’s signature.

Frank Lampard was unable to sign any players this summer
Lampard used to be not able to signal any avid gamers this summer time (Picture: Getty)

Lampard used to be not able to signal any new avid gamers in his first summer time as Chelsea boss because of a ban imposed by means of Fifa at the Blues.

The two-window ban won’t expire till subsequent summer time, but when the membership does move forward with an attraction it may well be lifted in January.

An green Chelsea facet that integrated Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham have been humiliated by means of United, however Lampard refused guilty the transfer ban for the heavy defeat.

Ben Chilwell is rated at £70million
Chilwell is rated at £70m (Picture: Getty)

‘I can’t drag folks out of the scientific room to play,’ Lampard stated in keeping with questions on why the likes of N’Golo Kante didn’t get started towards United.

‘Let’s be transparent with the wounds we have now on the minute, with the reality we couldn’t herald avid gamers, that is going to be a piece in growth to some extent.

‘We must be informed harsh courses and proper them lovely briefly.

Marcos Alonso was Chelsea's No.1 left-back last season
Alonso used to be Chelsea’s No.1 left-back closing season (Picture: Getty)

‘There were lots and lots of elements to the game that I liked, there were four or five elements that I didn’t like and so they have been deadly for us.



‘We can’t run clear of the truth that we all know the place we’re at, we couldn’t herald avid gamers, maximum managers at a membership like Chelsea can herald avid gamers to switch the way in which they wish to play, to usher in high quality, and many others.

‘But we can’t, I’m now not going to bitch an excessive amount of about that, I wish to paintings.’

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