Three current players have been singled out by former Chelsea manager Frank Lampard as “big players for the club.”

After Graham Potter was let go from Stamford Bridge by co-owner Todd Boehly, Lampard was named interim manager.

The former England midfielder has spoken out in defense of Boehly’s management style at the Premier League club, saying that he has the best interests of the team at heart.

Speaking on the podcast The Diary of a CEO, Lampard said:

Their motivation to succeed is inspiring; they have big dreams for the club. Their motivations are laudable.

They’ve put in the financial commitment because they value success. I think you will see youngsters like Fernandez, Mudryk, and Madueke improve and they will become major players for the club, but that is the strategy going ahead if they are trying to handle the situation.

Mauricio Pochettino, formerly of Paris Saint-Germain, will lead Chelsea into the 2023–2024 season.

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