The representative of Olivier Giroud, Mickael Manuello, has ensured that the player is not happy with the situation he is going through in the Chelsea and he plans to leave this next January. When he doesn't play, he's an incredible support for the other players. He trains brilliantly no matter what.
"I just mentioned the schedule in December there and I will be relying on top players and [Abraham & Giroud], as I see it, are top strikers for us".
"At the start of the campaign, I thought I could still help the team, but my playing time has gone down significantly, so that will need to change or I'll have to make a decision". I saw Oli's agent's quotes and I thought nothing of them.More news: Twitter Fleets bug lets you see it even after 24 hours
"Yeah I'm really pleased with him, he's playing really well at the minute, his all round game off the ball work for the team, link up play is good", Lampard said. "It is very tight, it is very early on so points are more important than performances sometimes".
"'I have a very good relationship with Oli and if ever he felt it was going to go a different way I would happily have that conversation with him".
"I still have a lot of desire and enthusiasm and I think what makes a career last longer is the mentality, the motivation and determination to always go further".More news: Elon Musk Becomes Second Richest Person In The World; Overtakes Bill Gates
An argument could be made that Liverpool have a better squad and them picking up points despite injures to key players shows how strong they are, but in Jose Mourinho, Spurs have a serial victor who knows how to get the best out of his players.
Despite having made less appearances than most of his midfield rivals, he has actually played more minutes than Lo Celso and Ndombele.
Lampard said German midfielder Kai Havertz is fit to play after completing his period of isolation following a positive COVID-19 test this month while defender Thiago Silva is also available after missing their last league game.More news: Biden To Nominate Former Fed Chair Janet Yellen For Treasury Secretary