English Championship club Derby County have concluded plans to offer manager Frank Lampard a bumper deal for him to stay despite the overtures from West London giants Chelsea.
Frank Lampard has been linked with a move to his former club in a managerial role as Chelsea search for the man to replace Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge.
According to the publication from popular English news outlet Daily Star, Derby County owner Mel Morris is determined to hang on to the services of Frank Lampard.
The 41-year-old Ex-Chelsea midfielder currently has two years left on his current Derby County contract with £1.75m on a yearly basis.
It was revealed that the Derby County owner is ready to offer him a four-year contract worth £2.5m on a yearly basis totaling £10m.
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard became the club’s all-time topscorer during his 13-year stay with them between 2001 and 2014.
Frank Lampard scored 211 goals for Chelsea in all competitions during his time at Stamford Bridge before he left for Premier League rivals Manchester City on a free transfer.
He retired from football at New York City FC before taking up the Derby County job last summer and he has impressed a great deal in what’s his first managerial job.