Chelsea Legends Talk To Club Officials Over Potential Return To Stamford Bridge


With things not going that great for Chelsea this season, it seems that Frank Lampard and John Terry could be all set to return to Stamford Bridge, as the English duo have been having talks with the club’s chief for the same.
However, this return could be in a totally different role, as the two players could now be set to join the management this time at the club.
Lampard just retired from football over a year ago and is on the verge of completing his coaching badges along with punditry work, which means he can start coaching soon.
Terry, on the other hand is still playing for Championship side Aston Villa and has started studying to secure his own coaching badges, which could see him go on a similar path someday.
With the former spending time with the Blues’ youth teams this term, while Terry trained with his former team-mates at Cobham training base recently, alongside Antonio Conte, it seems that the dynamic duo could make their return to the Bridge soon.

The Sun adds that the former stars of the London based club met director Marina Granovskaia, to discuss plans of a possible return in the near future.
Conte also acknowledged their presence and spoke about his ex centre-back, praising his commitment to the club and what he could add to the team.
Author’s Take-
If these legends wish to return to west London, Conte and the club should welcome them with open arms, as they can really help the team to boost the morale and guide some youngsters to perform much better than what they have been doing at present. It can bring back the spark that is missing at present and make a positive impact in the long run.
There have been some issues within the dressing room that the Italian manager has been trying to sort and the presence of such prominent figures back at the club can really help solve some of these issues. Who knows if one of these top players could be the next Chelsea manager in the future. It surely could happen.

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