With tension building up at Chelsea for Frank Lampard, a lot of new names are continually being drawn up as possible replacement for the Englishman if he is shown the exit door at Chelsea.
Despite spending in excess of £200million last summer, the club’s legend have failed to impressed lately.
The Blues are currently experiencing a rough run of form in the Premier League, winning just one of their last six games in the competition.
A report from The Athletic states that the club’s legend will be dismissed of his role if results fail to improve in upcoming games.
This latest development have seen a lot of report drafting up new names as possible replacement for Frank Lampard at Chelsea.
One of those names is former Chelsea flop Andriy Shevchenko.
According to recent report from Le10Sport , former Chelsea player and current Ukraine manager is on the shortlist to succeed Frank Lampard at Chelsea.
The 44-year-old is currently the manger of the Ukrainian national team for the last four years and have had a pretty good spell with the National side.
Andriy took up the role of manager at the Ukrainian National team after a disappointing campaign at Euro 2016.
He has guided them on a good path to conclude the recent Euro 2020 qualifier which Ukraine concluded unbeaten.
It is also believed that Andriy Shevchenko have a good personal bond with Chelsea’s owner Roman Abramovic and it’s one of the factors making him being considered for the Chelsea job.