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Chelsea Consider Thomas Tuchel As Frank Lampard Sack Replacement!

Chelsea are ready to offer Thomas Tuchel a job should owner Roman Abramovich decide to sack club Legend Frank Lampard, MySportDab reports. 

Chelsea officials believe Thomas Tuchel is the perfect replacement for Frank Lampard.

MySportDab understands that Roman Abramovich will consider his options to sack Lampard if Chelsea lose against Aston Villa today.

Tuchel is currently available after being sacked by Paris Saint-Germain

The German boss was went parking after his PSG team defeated Strasbourg 4-0.

But his departure has taken some time to be completed, with financials needed to be sort out for everything to be official.

Now, Tuchel’s exit will cost PSG a total of £5.4m, and he is free to begin talks with a new club.

He has been linked with Arsenal job before but it looks unlikely the Gunners would sack Mikel Arteta.

Chelsea’s inconsistent start to the season showed again on Boxing Day after a 3-1 loss against Arsenal at the Emirates.

That was Chelsea’s third loss in their last four matches, and now they are eighth on the table.

Today, Chelsea host Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge, and it’s a crucial match for Frank Lampard.

According to German Newspaper BILD, another loss for Chelsea against Aston Villa could make Abramovich sack Frank Lampard.

BILD is the same newspaper which announced the news about Tuchel’s exit from PSG.

During the summer transfer window, Frank Lampard was backed by the club with a £250m spending spree.

Timo Werner and Kai Havertz, who cost Chelsea £130m have failed to live up to expectations in the Premier league so far.

But the two German players are part of the reason why Thomas Tuchel is interested in the Chelsea job.

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