Frank Lampard is set to make a return to coaching in the English Premier League as Norwich City is set to appoint him, MySportDab reports.
The former Chelsea manager has been out of a job since being sacked by the Blues where he spent one season and a half.
Norwich City is set to give Frank Lampard the chance of getting back into managing as he is set to get a job with the club.
The England international has been linked with several jobs which ended up not going well for him as other names were preferred.
The recent was Aston Villa job which ended up going to Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard who was announced earlier today.
Norwich City has been struggling since making their return to the English Premier League which sees them sit in the relegation zone.
Norwich City is on the verge of appointing ex Chelsea boss Frank Lampard as their new manager, according to talkSPORT reports reaching us.
The Canaries decided to sack Daniel Farke just hours after their 2-1 win over Brentford, with former England international Lampard all set to be confirmed as his replacement.
Talks were already held a few days ago as other applicants also had their opportunities to interview for the available job which seems like a decision has been made.
His job will be a very hard one to do as he needs to take them off the relegation zone when he is officially announced as the new manager.
Frank Lampard taking over the job could be a good thing for Chelsea who has their youngster Billy Gilmour on loan with the team and struggling for playing time.
No official statement from Norwich City yet, but it was confirmed that talks between Lampard and the club happened as we await the announcement.