LONDON – Former Chelsea London football coach Frank Lampard has been named as the United Hellsman’s candidate for the Newcastle by Britain’s The Sun. A new investor from Saudi Arabia has joined Slovak goalkeeper Martin Dabaravka’s club, after which speculation about the big changes United have been waiting for has not abated.
Last week, a group from the north of England finally captured the Public Investment Fund (PIF) -led consortium from Saudi Arabia. “Page” coach Steve Bruce attended the first talks this week with representatives of the new owners about his future.
Forty-three-year-old Lampart has been without an engagement since the premature termination of his contract at Stamford Bridge in January. According to The Sun, the former English representative tops the list of Bruce’s heirs. Besides him, the names of former Portuguese Dortmund coach Lucian Favre from Switzerland. Pilots of Leicester Brendan Rodgers and Brighton Graham Potter.
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