Report: Derby County turn to Frank Lampard in managerial search

Report: Derby turn to Frank Lampard
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Frank Lampard is reportedly being considered for the Derby County job following Gary Rowett's departure earlier this week.

Derby County are weighing up whether to appoint Chelsea legend Frank Lampard as their new manager, according to a report.

The 39-year-old is thought to have already held talks with second-tier rivals Ipswich Town, only for a move to break down due to a disagreement over personal terms.

Derby are now tempted to move for the ex-England skipper, with The Sun suggesting that the Rams are seeking a stellar name to replace Gary Rowett.

Lampard will be tasked with cutting the club's wage bill, it is claimed, while also challenging for a place in the Premier League.

Rowett walked out on County earlier this week to take on the vacant job at recently-relegated Stoke City.

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