What next for Frank Lampard? The bookies believe the Chelsea legend will take over at West Ham next… he could also manage Cardiff, Leicester, move abroad to La Liga or Serie A or even the ENGLAND job as he looks to bounce back from Everton sacking
Frank Lampard is favoured to next take charge of West Ham following his sacking as Everton manager, according to one bookmaker.
Lampard was relieved of his duties at 3pm on Monday after 357 days in charge. He leaves Everton 19th in the Premier League having made their worst ever start to a season, with 15 points from 20 league games.
Betfair suggest his most likely destination is former club West Ham as they have Lampard at 7/2 to end up at the London Stadium – the scene of his last match in charge of Everton.
Former Everton boss Frank Lampard is favoured to next take over at struggling West Ham
Lampard’s next job
Odds on his next managerial move:
West Ham – 7/2
Cardiff – 4/1
Leicester – 7/1
Any La Liga club – 8/1
England national team – 9/1
Any Serie A Club – 10/1
Bournemouth – 10/1
Stoke – 16/1
Ireland national team – 20/1
Tottenham – 20/1
Chelsea – 33/1
Leeds – 33/1
Odds provided by Betfair
Hammers boss David Moyes is the new favourite to be the next manager to be sacked.
Betfair have priced Lampard at 4/1 to be the next Cardiff manager.
The Bluebirds are languishing third-from-bottom in the Championship and three points adrift from the drop zone.
Cardiff are winless in their last 11 games across all competitions and have picked up just eight points from their last 10 Championship fixtures.
Mark Hudson was sacked by the Welsh club on January 14 and their search for a new manager is continuing.
Despite getting a credible 2-2 draw against in-form Brighton on Saturday, Brendan Rodgers remains under pressure, with Lampard 7/1 to replace him if the ex-Liverpool boss is removed by Leicester.
A move abroad could be on the cards for Lampard if he wants to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Will Still and Scott Parker.
Lampard is 8/1 to join any La Liga side and 10/1 to move across to Italy and work in Serie A.
The former Chelsea and Man City midfielder is also just 9/1 to resume his managerial career in charge of England – despite Gareth Southgate’s stronghold on the job.
Frank Lampard is sensationally at 9/1 to resume his managerial career as England manager