Chelsea have appointed former midfielder Frank Lampard as their New Head Coach on a three-year bargain.
Lampard, 41, has left Championship side Derby County to take over at a club where he went through 13 years as a player.
He succeeds Maurizio Sarri, who left Stamford Bridge in June to assume responsibility for Italian heroes Juventus.
Lampard drove Derby to the Championship play-off conclusive, where they lost to Aston Villa, in his first season as a chief.
The previous England International showed up, winning 11 noteworthy trophies with them.
He takes over with Chelsea under an exchange ban after the club were given a two-window move boycott by world overseeing body Fifa – a choice they are engaging against at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
“I am colossally pleased to return Chelsea as head mentor,” said Lampard.
“Everybody knows my affection for this club and the history we have shared. In any case, my sole spotlight is at work close by and getting ready for the season ahead.
“I am here to buckle down, carry further accomplishment to the club and I can’t hang tight to begin.”