Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is focus on rebuilding the term by recruiting quality players that will add more depth to the team attacking force, as he's presently weighting his option to sign Schalke 04 star.
The England international and former Blues player who spent 13 years playing at the Stamford Bridge before making his way up to become manager, has been regarded as the next big manager at the blue due to his impressive display despite sticking with his young guns.
Frank Lampard is aiming to challenge for the Premier League tittle in few seasons to come, as his impressive signings has prove it all all. Meanwhile, the west London club boss has been monitoring the situation of Schalke 04 midfielder Weston McKennie, as he's optimistic that he star will definitely fit into his philosophy at the club.
The 21-years-old USA international play mainly as a central-midfielder, but he can also play in the role of defensive-midfielder or an attacking-midfielder in some occasions for his is club.
With the recent form and injuries crisis from France international N'Golo Kante, the manager has been keen on having an option B because he's not ready to face problems from the midfield department next season.
Meanwhile, the west London club target who has been regarded as a player with a high potentials in career, as he has been capped on 19 occasions by the USA despite his age, and he has made 91 appearances for the German outfit in all competitions since his arrival to the club.
Weston McKennie started his early career with Dallas academy before he joined the Bundesliga side back in July 1, 2017. However, his promising performance has attracted elite Europe clubs to battle for his signature, with the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal keen to receive his service.
The latest news has stated that the valuable asset will only be free to go if a reason price is brought forward. Schalke management are understood to value the central midfielder in the region of £20 million, which won't be a problem to a big club like Chelsea.
Frank Lampard has proven himself to be a coach that gives more playing time to his younger stars, and the 21-years-old promising midfielder department will definitely benefit from the England international.
No doubt, having a player of his young age and impressive performance will serve as a long-term investment for the west London.
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