Chelsea football club has given Derby County their permission to field in their boys on loan in the club.
It is not permitted for a club to play any player that is on loan against his parent club, but Chelsea was asked by their Legend and former captain Frank Lampard to allow him play their Boys under his disposal.
And Chelsea has now given their words that he can field them when the both sides meet in Carabao Cup next week.
That means, Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori will be available for Derby County against their parent club Chelsea in next week’s Carabao Cup tie at Stamford Bridge.
Lampard thanked Chelsea by saying: “We have been in dialogue with Chelsea since the draw was made and it is really great, first and foremost, that the players will have the opportunity to test themselves against a top side.”
Manchester United fans has been shaking their heads since after this controversial statement by Lampard, asking if United isn’t a top side too.