Frank Lampard confirms Chelsea FC are ‘looking’ to make this signing

Frank Lampard hints that Chelsea FC will look to sign a replacement striker within the January transfer window

Frank Lampard has confirmed that Chelsea FC are “looking” to sign a replacement striker within the January transfer window.
The Blues are being linked with a number of potential recruits this month after their transfer ban was lifted on appeal.

Despite the speculation, however, Chelsea FC are yet to form any new signings because the clock ticks down on the mid-season window.

Tammy Abraham suffered a suspected ankle injury during the Blues’ 2-2 draw with Arsenal within the Premier League on Wednesday night, and a possible lay-off for the britain international could leave the west London side short on options up front.

Lampard was asked about his plans for the transfer window after the sport and therefore the former midfielder revealed that the Blues are on the lookout for attacking reinforcements.

Frank Lampard has confirmed that Chelsea FC are “looking” to sign a replacement striker within the January transfer window.
The Blues are being linked with a number of potential recruits this month after their transfer ban was lifted on appeal.

Despite the speculation, however, Chelsea FC are yet to form any new signings because the clock ticks down on the mid-season window.

Tammy Abraham suffered a suspected ankle injury during the Blues’ 2-2 draw with Arsenal within the Premier League on Wednesday night, and a possible lay-off for the britain international could leave the west London side short on options up front.

Lampard was asked about his plans for the transfer window after the sport and therefore the former midfielder revealed that the Blues are on the lookout for attacking reinforcements.

Speaking to BBC Sport, Lampard said: “You can’t say we’ll definitely sign a striker but we are looking.

“If you don’t score enough goals then you won’t win enough games.”

Chelsea FC will return to FA Cup action on Saturday once they combat Hull City within the fourth round.

They will then switch their attentions towards their Premier League trip to Leicester City on 1 February.

The Blues are currently in fourth place within the Premier League table but their form has been inconsistent lately, with Lampard’s men having only won two of their last five within the top flight.

 

source : thesportreview.com