Lampard orders first transfer demand to Chelsea board

EPL By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 05/07/2019

Frank Lampard has issued his first transfer demand to Chelsea board after his appointment as the new manager of the club.

Lampard is aware that the club is hit with a ban for the next two transfer windows and the former Derby County manager is prepared to use what is attainable to achieve a desirable result when the season commences.

The former Derby County manager is prepared to make use of the youth team players in a bid to beat the transfer ban, he has instructed the board to keep midfielder Mason Mount at the club.

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Lampard played a huge role to ensure the club give the 20-year-old midfielder a five-year-deal but he is yet to sign the deal as negotiations are currently going on.

The former Chelsea midfielder is sure that the youngster will sign the deal before the commencement of the pre-season training.

Chelsea start their campaign with a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in the Premier League on the 11th of August.