‘Norwich may be going down…’ — verdict given on Frank Lampard becoming Norwich manager

According to reports, former Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is set to be appointed as the new manager of Norwich City.

The Chelsea legend will replace Daniel Farke, who was sacked after the Canaries win over Brentford last weekend.

Lampard has been out of work since he was sacked by Chelsea in January, with the club ninth in the Premier League.

This will be a difficult job for Lampard, with the Canaries bottom of the league with only one win in 11 games.

Despite the enormity of the job, former Arsenal star Jack Wilshere has backed Lampard to keep Norwich up.

Wilshere told talkSPORT: “Norwich is a good club. OK, they might be going down, but he’s obviously prepared to try and build something there.

“He won’t be going into that job thinking, “We’ll be in the Championship next year”. He’s not that type of character. He’s a good manager as well. Look what he did at Derby.”

Asked whether he believes Lampard could keep Norwich City in the Premier League this season, Wilshere responded: “I think he can.”

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