Outgoing interim Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has said he will take a break after his short-term deal with the club expires.
Lampard was given the job on a temporary basis after Graham Potter was sacked.
But the Blues struggled under the former England midfielder and finished in 12th place, closer to the relegation zone than the Champions League places.
“I’ll have a break, it’s been pretty intense. I wasn’t in that mode, I had to get into that mode.
“I’ve given my all, we’ll see what happens,” said Lampard, who was sacked at Everton earlier in the season.
Chelsea ended the campaign with 44 points, their lowest tally since 1987–88 when they were relegated.
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