Mateo Kovacich: Chelsea star begs Lampard to teach him how to score

Frank Lampard has brought unity to Chelsea, says César Azpilicueta

That club is Paris Saint-Germain, as first reported by RMC Sport, and Le Parisien on Friday explain the interest in Bakayoko from the Ligue 1 champions "seems credible".

"I'm looking forward to learning how to score from him because he scored quite a lot and me not so much last season".

This could grow over the next few weeks, yet it seems that, for now, they're focusing on Everton's Idrissa Gueye.

The 40-year-old took charge of his first Chelsea game earlier this week in a 1-1 draw with Bohemians.

And Azpilicueta has hailed the impact his former team-mate has had on Chelsea's squad, acknowledging that displays under former coach Maurizio Sarri were not always up to scratch. And then there's the extra stuff in terms of what he brings as a professional, ' Lampard said last season. Our performances were not good enough and the reason they were not happy and negative.

"I'm looking forward to working hard - I'm enjoying it but already it's been very tough".

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"We turned it around and won the Europa League but you can see that this season all of the fans are very happy we have the gaffer back at the Bridge".

Throughout the 90 minutes, as many as 13 youth players were given a run out, which in a way was apt given Chelsea's inability to sign anybody in the current transfer window and the increasing likelihood that Lampard will need to dip into the academy to make up the numbers this season. We follow him and I can see it in training, the way he wants to play, the way he wants us to feel the shirt, the way he wants us to train every day is something special.

Azpilicueta expanded on his plaudits, adding that Lampard's commitment to Chelsea during his playing career sets the ideal example for the current players to follow.

"All of the club, we are very excited, and the only way we can carry it is by starting and winning together, getting the feeling back of being all together as a club".

Speaking in an interview quoted by Metro, Kovacic said: "I'm looking forward to working with him a lot".

Chelsea's mannequins have become the unfortunate victims of Frank Lampard's return to the club as the head coach prepares to wrap up his first pre-season trip in charge of the Blues.

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