Former Derby County and Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard is set to be appointed as Norwich City manager following the exit of Daniel Farke.
The Canaries sacked their manager last weekend, despite the German leading the club to their first win of the season at Brentford.
With the managerial position still vacant, the former England international his the number one candidate the club have spoken to about the post.
The former Chelsea boss has been out of management since his 18 months spell in charge of the Blues, which ended with a dismissal in January.
While Norwich City are rooted in the bottom of the Premier League with five points from 11 games, however, no announcement about who will take over is expected yet until late in the weekend or early next week.
Lampard since becoming a manager he has garnered experience with Derby County, guiding them to a Championship playoff final where they lost to Aston Villa while his stint at Stamford Bridge didn’t end well.
The Canaries next game is against a resurgent Southampton on 20 November after the international break, the players will hope the managerial issues would have been sorted before then as they set to return to training ground on Friday.
This article was updated 9 months ago