Everton are set to name Frank Lampard as their new manager after reaching an agreement, MySportDab reports.
The Chelsea legend will be making return after being sacked last season in January by the Blues.
Frank Lampard has been chosen by Everton to be their next manager after Rafa Benitez was sacked by the Toffees.
This won’t be an easy job for the young manager who have so much to deal with in terms of producing results immediately.
The England International recently reached one year without managing any club since he was sacked by Chelsea last season.
Fabrizio Romano confirmed an agreement has been reached between him and the club to take over as new manager.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Frank Lampard set to be appointed as new Everton manager. Full agreement reached now. It’s done and sealed.
“Club decision made tonight after conversations with Frankie, Vitor Pereira and Duncan Ferguson.
“Frank Lampard will sign as new Everton manager in the coming hours, confirmed. Decision has been communicated also to Vitor Pereira and Duncan Ferguson tonight.
“Everton are preparing contracts and final clauses to complete the appointment. Frankie’s back.
Officially announcement is next for the contract which will see him take over things as their new manager.
Frank Lampard last job with Chelsea saw him helping them to a top four finish despite them having transfer ban.
They also made the Emirates FA Cup final which they lost to Arsenal amongst some other feat made by the club legend.
He also guided Derby County to the playoffs which they lost to Aston Villa who was promoted to the English Premier League that season.
Everton will be his third job and he will be looking to finally get his name making headlines hopefully turning things around before the season comes to an end.