Chelsea boss Lampard insists Pedro not for sale

Chelsea boss Lampard insists Pedro not for sale

[Dembele] is a player I respect.

"Pulisic will be out for a few weeks", said Lampard.

On January 10th, we covered claims from Sky Italia explaining that Inter Milan have found an agreement with Olivier Giroud's entourage and they now need to close the deal with Chelsea.

Asked if he could rule out Christensen leaving Stamford Bridge this month, former Chelsea midfielder Lampard replied: "Yes".

The Blues have recently stumbled against the mid-table sides at home and Lampard will be hoping that the club can guard against the same when they face the Clarets, who have kept clean sheets in one-third of their league games this season.

"As players and the stadium [on Saturday], I think we can all work together to try create something, an atmosphere that is going to be positive because I don't want to sound like I am beating them every day with these stats and numbers - I'm not - I need them to be confident but also we are at the elite sport where you have to produce". I do not mind discussing it due to the fact that I believe we have to approve it exists.

" I require everyone due to the fact that football can transform really promptly, there can be a duration of video games where you get on the bench, out of the team, something modifications and after that that's the minute you have to been available in and also create. If it is a decision then I will be a big part of that decision".

"With Oli the situation is: if it is right for everybody, first and foremost that's us the club because he is under contract, then we will look at whether he will leave", said Lampard.

"Everyone is talking about it so I'm not going to beat around the bush".

"I have to make those decisions as I go along. His agent has spoken to the club but until we decide it's the right thing then of course it's not done". It is January. I have said if it is right then we will look at it. He has trained brilliantly through this season even without many opportunities.

"Nothing's imminent, we're not going to have any big news today, or tomorrow".

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