Frank Lampard is keen in becoming the new boss for Crystal Palace, on the off chance that they choose to replace Roy Hodgson this summer.
The former England midfielder is as of now unemployed in the wake of being sacked by Chelsea in January and he has emerge as a main competitor to replace Hodgson at Selhurst Park.
Hodgson has spoken with Palace administrator Steve Parish about his future as his agreement is expected to expire this mid year.
No announcement over the 73-year-old’s plans will be made until after the season, but it is expected he will leave.
That will see Palace searching for another manager interestingly since 2017 and Lampard has emerge as a solid competitor.
The 42-year-old is interested in the project at Palace and he is keen for his next job to be in the Premier League, despite also emerging as a candidate to be the new boss of England’s Under-21 side.