The 20-year-old striker is expected to be chased by several of Europe’s elite this summer, with Sportsmail revealing in March that the Blues are one of three European sides interested in the forward, along with Manchester City and Real Madrid.
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The yacht, named the Solaris, will be equipped with a helipad, a swimming pool, as well as 48 cabins.
Lampard was dramatically sacked on Monday after a dismal run of form has left them ninth in the Premier League table and 11 points off leaders Manchester United
Chelsea legend Lampard was fired just 18 months into the job but discovered the news as it leaked out before being officially told by the club.
According to a statement on the club’s website: “This has been a very difficult decision, and not one that the owner and the Board have taken lightly.
And amid a horror run of results, there’s a real fear Frank Lampard could be next to face the swing of the Russian’s axe.
An attention-grabbing fixture at any time, this showdown promises to be even more encapsulating than usual with both teams in fine form and flying high in the Premier League table.
After originally joining the Blues as chief scout, Emenalo progressed through the ranks to take a seat at the top table, overseeing Chelsea’s crucial matters and developing the club’s youth system, which can be seen bearing fruit today.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich paid £247 million into the club last season but it still made an overall loss of £96.6 million.
Despite his problems with the UK Government and his visa trouble, the Russian billionaire remains committed to the club.
Lampard, adored by Chelsea fans as the heart and soul of the club’s midfield during a trophy-laden 13 years at Stamford Bridge, was handed a three-year contract having left second tier Derby County.
Abramovich is ready to sack Maurizio Sarri after Chelsea’s Europa League final against Arsenal, according to reports in Italy.
Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri, has defended his maligned tactical system and insists he has not held any talks with the club’s owner Roman Abramovich or senior director Marina Granovskaia as speculations grows that he is on the brink of being sacked by the club.
In October 2004 the Romanian tested positive for cocaine, incurring a seven-month ban.
The Blues were forced to deny reports last month that the Russian billionaire is looking to cash-in after 15 years in West London.
The Daily Express says plans are already underway to make adjustments to the current design approved by Roman Abramovich in 2005.
Roman Abramovich will resume redevelopment work at Stamford Bridge and rejected reports that their Russian owner is ready to sell the club.
The bank is said to have valued the club at £2 billion and Chelsea have engaged their advisors after they helped Manchester City sell a 13 per cent stake in the club to China Media Capital for £265 million in 2015
The English champions are looking to push on from a record-breaking campaign last time out, as they take on a Blues side embarking on a new chapter under Maurizio Sarri.
The Daily Mail reported that Jim Ratcliffe, the chairman and chief executive of multinational petrochemicals group, Ineos, expressed an interest in the Premier League club, which the Russian has owned for 15 years.