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It was a good end to the Premier League season for Frank Lampard, as the Blues sealed a place in the top four.
However, despite the success of the season, there are still some areas that should be improved in the team.
Chelsea have gone on to sign Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner ahead of next season, but the Blues defence needs to be improved on strongly.
Chelsea conceded a whopping 54 goals in the Premier League, and the campaign saw Frank Lampard struggle to stick with a goalkeeper and a left-back, as he dropped Kepa Arrizabalaga for second choice goalkeeper Willy Caballero a number of times. In the left-back position, Lampard rotated between Marcos Alonso and Emerson, while also featuring Cesar Azpilicueta in that position at times.
Former Liverpool and Manchester United striker Michael Owen has revealed that the left-back and goalkeeper areas are the two places Lampard will be unhappy about and want to strengthen ahead of next season.
“I think to be specific he will look at a goalkeeper and I think he’ll look at a left-back as well,” Owen told Premier League Productions.
“I think they’re two positions that Frank’s not too happy about at the moment.”