Lampard Keen About Abraham, Tomori Signing New Chelsea Contracts
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard hopes to see enterprising duo, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori commit to new contracts at the club.
Abraham and Tomori have been given their big break at Stamford Bridge this season under a different coaching regime.
Lampard has been forced to look to the academy ranks amid a two-window transfer ban with a number of the players making a huge impression this term.
Faith in youth has been handsomely rewarded, with Abraham and Tomori among those to have shown that home-grown stars can trump big-money recruits.
Discussions regarding extended stays are being held with two men to have earned England call-ups this season, and Lampard would like to see a positive conclusion reached in those talks.
“Of course, I do [want them to stay],”Lampard told reporters on Friday when asked for an update on deal for exciting prospects.
“That goes slightly out of my remit when they are dealing with the club. The club know I love the players, I brought them into the team this season.
“They are doing particularly well but I leave those conversations to the club to discuss contracts but, of course, I want them to be here for a long time.
“That’s the conversation for me and the club I suppose. I made it clear that they are playing very well and I want them to stay.”11 BUSINESS NUGGETS FROM SUPER EAGLES BRONZE MEDAL TRIUMPH. The content of this ebook will propel you above your competition. DOWNLOAD NOW!!!