Anthony Gordon’s rumoured £60 million bid from Chelsea has been refuted by Frank Lampard, who also believes that the winger will be in his squad for tomorrow’s game against Brentford.
The 21-year-old gained notoriety during the previous campaign and was crucial to Everton’s victorious battle against relegation.Information Guide Nigeria
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The Chelsea manager was constantly annoyed by his team’s ruthlessness in front of goal during the previous campaign and was moved by Gordon’s performance during Chelsea’s loss at Goodison Park back in May.
However, in a press conference prior to tomorrow’s match, Lampard was sure that the academy graduate would play and wouldn’t be removed from the firing line as Brendan Rodgers had done with Wesley Fofana, the uneasy Leicester defender, amid Chelsea’s interest.
He said: ‘No it hasn’t come in. He’s our player and remains so. He’s in the squad for tomorrow. They haven’t bid £60million.’