Lampard explains his lengthy stay at Chelsea and insists an Everton star won’t be joining the Blues

Frank Lampard, the manager of Everton, has explained why he played the majority of his career at Chelsea.

The most successful player in the 109-year history of the team was the former Chelsea captain, who played at Stamford Bridge for 13 seasons.

With the West London Blues, he won three Premier League championships, four FA Cups, two League Cups, the Europa League, and the Champions League.

Prior to their Premier League match on Boxing Day, the Everton manager spoke to the media on Friday.

While warning off his previous team and Manchester United who are interested in goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, he claimed that happiness kept him at Stamford Bridge.

He is sure that the Merseyside club is capable of competing with the English goalkeeper’s desire.

The former Sunderland star has been linked to moves to both United and Chelsea, but Lampard feels Pickford has all he needs at Everton to have a successful career.

Jordan is ecstatic to be at this club. I have that impression, he said.

“Maybe I was lucky to play a lot of Champions League, but when I felt happy at a club, I walked in with a grin on my face and looked forward to every game, and if Jordan feels like that and we can match each other’s objectives, I don’t see it as an issue.”

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