Lampard talks about Chelsea’s “potential”; Hints that he left the star due to the transfer
Frank Lampard insisted that Chelsea’s young frontline had “real potential” after he got back on the right track by winning the FA Cup over Morecambe.
Chelsea have been struggling in the English Premier League recently, With questions raised from Lampard And some of his big summer deals.
However, there was a much-needed confidence boost They also defeated their opponent in the second league, 4-0.
Significantly, Timo Werner scored his first goal for the club since November. Help came from his summer teammate Kay Havertz, who also scored a goal.
The couple are among those who have been in the spotlight the most during Chelsea’s tough career, but Lampard has defended them and promised to give them time.
Now they hope to repeat that in tougher tests, and Lampard wants the entire club to use the win as a platform to continue showing their potential.
He said, “It gives us a little bit of serendipity but now we have to move on.”
“We have a lot of young players in the front areas who have real potential. If you look around the Premier League, the players at the top of the scoring lists are 27.28, 29. They produce every week.”
“I’m happy for him [Werner] Because the attackers want to score goals.
“We have to be patient with Kai, but he has levels that he can raise.”
Lampard opens up to Tomori
The person who did not enjoy much play this season, and did not enter the field until the 80th minute, was Fikayo Tomori.
The defender was linked to terminating this month’s loanLampard has confirmed that he left him out of the starting line-up for this very reason.
He said, “The situation with Fikayo is open at the moment.” “There is a possibility that he will go on loan to play games elsewhere.
“So that should be the solution for him and the club. That was part of my thinking not to start with it today.”
Fellow Academy alumnus Billy Gilmour took his chance to impress, and it lasted a full 90 minutes.
The Scottish international has also been linked with the exit on loan, but Lampard believes he can keep pushing for a place in the first team.
“I think Billy is paying and I think he has been pressing since Liverpool last season,” he said. “I know Bailey would be a very good player for this club.”