Chelsea are gauging Frank Lampard’s future as chief – however they won’t think about Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers as an expected substitution.
The Blues endured an embarrassing 3-1 destruction to Manchester City on Sunday and they’re presently eighth in the Premier League.
A report from The Athletic states Chelsea wouldn’t move for Rodgers on account of a remark made in 2014.
Rodgers oversaw Liverpool at that point and took Victor Moses borrowed, agreeing: “It is difficult when you go to a major club.
UK”You come from a great club like Chelsea to a huge club like Liverpool where there is anticipation consistently.
“For any player to go into a major club there is a major distinction as far as attitude.”
It’s trusted Chelsea proprietor Roman Abramovich took an issue with the assertion he actually hasn’t let it go.
Rodgers worked in the Chelsea youth arrangement and as stores chief somewhere in the range of 2004 and 2008.
Notwithstanding this current, he’s taken various players borrowed during his administrative profession and not utilized them successfully.
“I’m not going to represent individuals above me – or the board – in light of the fact that I can never do that,” he clarified.
“That is the reason I was unable to answer a month back about me getting another agreement and why I can’t answer their thought process now.
“I will consistently feel the warmth. I felt the warmth when we were on our acceptable run since I realize that around the bend can be the negative.
“Furthermore, we are not a group that has been producing results and must the degree of Liverpool or Manchester City.
“I must zero in on chipping away at the players, not what the individuals above are thinking – that would simply divert me and I can’t do it.
“We went 16 games unbeaten and a month prior everybody was getting some information about where we can go, where am I going to go, where’s the new agreement?
“Presently individuals will say the inverse – I can’t handle that. The weight stays steady in this work and you know in extreme minutes that will be there.”