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Frank Lampard has been given permission by Derby County not to report back to pre-season training on Monday as he continues discussions about returning to Chelsea as manager.

Derby have given the Premier League club permission to talk to their manager and are thought to want £4m in compensation should he leave.

PREMIER LEAGUE legend Frank Lampard has been confirmed as the new Chelsea manager.

Derby County has excused Frank Lampard from reporting back for pre-season training on Monday and Tuesday to allow his discussions regarding a potential move to Chelsea to be concluded as soon as possible.— Derby County (@dcfcofficial) July 1, 2019 Soccer Football - Championship Play-Off Semi Final First Leg - Derby County v Leeds United - Pride Park, Derby, Britain - May 11, 2019 Derby County manager Frank Lampard gestures Action Images via Reuters/Craig Brough EDITORIAL USE ONLY.

He played for West Ham United for six years under his uncle Harry Redknapp. He won the Premier League three times, the FA Cup four times and the Champions League once with The Blues.

But after West Ham finished a disappointing 15th in 2000/01, Redknapp and Frank both left the club. He celebrated winning endless individual awards at Chelsea, including the Premier League Player of the Season for the 2004/05 campaign.

He will have to look at the players and decide who will go to Japan.”Gonzalo Higuaín has returned to Juventus following the conclusion of his loan spell at Chelsea, the club have confirmed.

The former Argentina international had a disappointing loan spell at Stamford Bridge during the second half of last season, scoring five goals in 18 appearances.

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