Chelsea manager Frank Lampard still sees Ross Barkley as part of his plans despite his loan move to Aston Villa and he has no plan of selling, MySportDab reports.
The Blues midfielder has been good so far for Villa after making the loan move which saw him score on his debuts.
Ross Barkley was forced off in Aston Villa last game after sustaining an early injury before being brought out.
Frank Lampard won’t be making the loan move permanent as he still wants to retain the England international.
Currently, Chelsea have enough quality in their books and it has been an issue to balance the team as key players like Kovacic hardly gets game time.
Frank Lampard won’t let Ross Barkley leave Stamford Bridge to join Aston Villa on a permanent deal, according to report from 90min.
The Blues boss has told the 26-year-old he still has a future at Stamford Bridge after seeing him shine at the start of his season-long loan spell.
Barkley has scored twice in his first six appearances for Villa this season, still has three years to run on his current contract at Chelsea.
Although he is currently out injured from their last game but it doesn’t look that serious as he is set to miss some matches.