Frank Lampard has no interest in the vacant managerial role at AFC Bournemouth, according to Football Insider.
The Cherries are on the lookout for a new manager, having parted company with Jason Tindall yesterday.
Bournemouth have lost their last four league games and have dropped down to sixth, subsequently leading to Tindall’s departure.
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The Sun have since linked Frank Lampard with the vacant role at the Vitality Stadium, with reports claiming that John Terry is also in the running for the job.
Lampard is looking for a new job after being sacked by Chelsea a fortnight ago, with Thomas Tuchel replacing him at Stamford Bridge.
But according to Football Insider, Lampard has zero interest in the Bournemouth job, and is keen to assess his options before jumping back into management.
Lampard – who left Derby County to become Chelsea boss in the summer of 2019 – spent 18 months in charge at Stamford Bridge, managing 84 matches and winning 44 of those.
This doesn’t really surprise me to be fair.
Lampard spent a long time in charge of Chelsea and was unfairly sacked in my opinion, so he will want to have some time out of the game and jump back in when the right opportunity comes up.
You need to pick the right club, and if Lampard fails again, then his reputation as a manager could go downhill.
It will be interesting to see which route Bournemouth go down now, as they have gone for up and coming coaches in Tindall and Howe before.