There aren’t many vacancies that Lampard could take, although there are a few managers that are seemingly under pressure at their clubs. The biggest two jobs that look set to be available sometime soon are at Celtic, with Neil Lennon under increased pressure, as his side are 23 points behind Steven Gerrard’s Rangers. Whilst Steve Bruce is also under pressure at Newcastle United, having seen them win just one of their last 11 games in all competitions, which has left the Magpies seven points above the drop zone.
Lampard would suit the job at Celtic Park, as it would offer him a good chance to enhance his reputation and get some trophies under his belt, as Celtic under the right manager have the squad to go toe to toe with Rangers, and with Lampard’s attacking style of play that he showed at Derby and in his first season at Chelsea, he could be a hit with the Celtic faithful. Similarly, his style of football would be a much more welcomed approach tactically at St James’ Park, as the fans of the Toon Army have shown their discontent in Bruce’s style, as well as recent results.
Brighton & Hove Albion are another club that could potentially look at Lampard as the Seagulls are a club that like to play attractive football, but have struggled for results, as they have won just three of their 19 Premier League games under Graham Potter this season, and sit just five points above Fulham, who have a game in hand on them.
A move to the Championship could be on the cards for Lampard, however, there are no major vacancies at present, as Watford have recently appointed Xisco Munoz, whilst both Bournemouth and Norwich City are running well in the league.