Chelsea legends John Terry and Frank Lampard are reportedly under consideration for the vacant managerial job at Ipswich Town who are presently in League One, the third tier of club football in England. This is according to the report from the stables of English publication Football Insider which revealed that the Tractor Boys have reached out to Lampard to know if the job will appeal to the 43-year-old.

Ex-Chelsea midfielder Lampard has been linked with a lot of clubs since his last job at Stamford Bridge. The retired England international was previously linked with the managerial job at clubs such as Celtic in the Scottish Premiership, Newcastle United in the Premier League, Bournemouth in the English Championship, Aston Villa in the Premier League, Swansea City in the English Championship and many more.

Frank Lampard was appointed the Chelsea manager in the summer of 2019 on the back of his successful one-year managerial spell at Derby County in the Championship and he helped the Blues to secure Champions League spot in his first season as their manager in the midst of a transfer ban and the exit of star player Eden Hazard to Real Madrid in a big money transfer.

Frank Lampard was sacked in the middle of last seasonand German manager Thomas Tuchel was made the new manager afterwards. While the Ipswich Town job might not be appealing toLampard, his ex-Chelsea teammate John Terry is said to be keen on it.

John Terry was the assistant manager to Dean Smith at Aston Villa before he made the decision to step down from the role in the summer to pursue a managerial job. His Villa exit coincided with the lack of defensive solidity in the team and Dean Smith paid dearly with his job at the club after a run of five successive losses. Dean Smith has since been appointed as the new Norwich City boss.