Frank Lampard says, the door for Chelsea’s first workforce is not closed to Tony Rudiger, as the transfer of defender to AC Milan did not help.
Rudiger has not participated in Lampard’s final 4 matchdays since the arrival of Thiago Silva and had a discussion with Milan earlier this month, with some hostage transfers again for Serie A, a place that Roma had in 2017. Performed before becoming a member of the Blues.
The 27-year-old performed 3 times for Germany’s final week and Lampard mentioned that he was still an essential part of his squad.
“Each participant can play their approach in the beginning 11 or squad, which is in each participant’s fingers,” Lampard noted.
He said, “I try to work right here. The issues I do are all the time to be the most effective of the workforce and the most effective of the membership and we need to get results every week.
“The great thing about closing the window is that we are able to work and know what the squad is.
‘Everyone knows they will contribute and we like them and need to depend on what we play and Tony is the same as every participant.’
Meanwhile, Ben Chilwell and Hakim Ziyech are in the squad for Saturday’s game against Southampton in South Chile.