Newly appointed Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has revealed he will like to work with his former teammates at Stamford bridge.
Recall Lampard was appointed as the new Blues boss on Thursday after the previous manager Maurizio Sarri left to join Juventus earlier this summer.
“What I want to do is bring in people not just because they played for the club but because they feel the club and want to be here with incredible work ethic.
“Jody Morris is coming with me as assistant head coach. We have a close relationship. He has a great link with the academy, who were successful. We have a huge loyalty. Chris Jones as well, he will be with me as a coach. We know each other very well.” He said.
Drogba, who scored 164 goals in 381 Chelsea appearances, is expected to join Lampard’s coaching staff while Makelele, who played 217 times for the Blues, is reportedly going to oversee the club’s loan players.