Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has urged Frank Lampard to consider signing Kevon Lambert and Junior Flemmings.
Lampard has done a wonderful job in the early stages of the new season, despite the fact that he was unable to delve into his transfer kitty during the summer to try and bring in some experienced ‘world class players’
But with the clubs appeal date for their transfer ban set on November the 20th, there has been alot of speculation in the media suggesting that Lampard will get the chance to add to his side in the coming months, in order to help improve his side for the second half of the season.
And despite being linked with some big names, club legend Drogba has told his former team-mate to take a look at the talented duo of Lambert and Flemings.
Jamaican duo Lambert and Flemmings have been playing in the United States for Phoenix Rising, which is the club Drogba is a co-owner of, and Flemmings has scored 16 goals in the USLC, the second tier of the American soccer league system, whereas Lambert has also put together some impressive performances.
And according to TEAM TALK, the Blues legend has contacted his former team-mate and club manager Lampard asking him to take a look at the Jamaica internationals.
MEANWHILE, Fresh reports in the media have claimed that we will be keen to tie down a permanent deal for defender Fikayo Tomori.
With David Luiz’s departure, Frank Lampard was unable to sign any players as there was simply not enough time left in the transfer window, and they are still banned from trying to acquire players over the next two windows, meaning that Tomori was brought back to the club to be placed in the first-team squad.
The young defender has been impressive since being given a chance this season under Lampard, and He looked generally assured at the back, despite the clubs inability to keep clean-sheets on a regular basis.
And that has led to recent speculation on the GOAL that has suggested that he will be a number of first-team players at the club that wewill be keen to sign up in the coming months.
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