Home » Sports » Frank Lampard Punctures Chelsea’s Transfer Strategy under Todd Boehly

Frank Lampard Punctures Chelsea’s Transfer Strategy under Todd Boehly

by Thomaz Oseghale
0 comment
Frank Lampard questions Chelsea's Transfer Strategy under Todd Boehly

Here Is The Easy Money-Making Trick Everyone Is Talking About! Learn More Here!

Former Chelsea player and manager, Frank Lampard, has voiced his concerns about the transfer strategy implemented by the club’s co-owner, Todd Boehly. Since Boehly’s takeover in 2022, Chelsea has spent over £1 billion in the transfer market, primarily focusing on signing young players such as Enzo Fernandez, Moises Caicedo, Cole Palmer, and Mykhailo Mudryk. This strategy has also seen the departure of experienced players like Jorginho, N’Golo Kante, and Mateo Kovacic.

Lampard, who briefly managed Chelsea during Boehly’s tenure, has criticized this approach, particularly questioning the collective age of the new signings and its impact on the team’s standards. He emphasized the importance of caution when bringing in too many young players simultaneously and called for greater attention to the underlying aspects of the club’s performance.

In an interview on the Unfiltered podcast, Lampard expressed his disappointment with the club’s standards, stating, “Standards have not been good enough here. You have to have a level of standards to be a top club. Forget about the tactics of the layer on top, things below have to be right to perform, and I didn’t see it there.”

Lampard also raised concerns about the challenges faced by young players when joining a new team, saying, “To ask a lot of players to come in at the same time, develop, and adapt to a new country is not an easy thing.”

While acknowledging that the strategy will inevitably be questioned, Lampard believes that there were alternative approaches that could have been taken. He urged the club to reflect on their decisions and consider if things could have been done differently.

This article was updated 1 month ago

BEFORE YOU GO...

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Copyright © – 2024 CIV DigiTech Media Ltd. All Rights Reserved