Ferguson: Chelsea will not Sell Lampard to Manchester City "Chelsea envoy would not come and say to sell Frank Lampard to Manchester United." Manager Sir Alex Ferguson explains why he did not expect a lot of Manchester United made a movement in the transfer market this month. Ferguson describes gossip as well as plans to bring Frank Lampard of Chelsea. Two successive defeats of Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United fans debated thestrength to make his team. Midfield in the spotlight, especially after the retirement of PaulScholes and the absence of Tom Cleverley and Darren Fletcher. Suddenly, a name linked with Chelsea Lampard. This British veteran midfielder has notsigned the plan manager Andre Villas-Boas and leaving only the 18-month contract. Would be brilliant if MU can transfer took him to Old Trafford. "Chelsea envoy would not come and say to sell Frank Lampard to Manchester United inJanuary. You would not believe it?" Ferguson told the Manchester Evening News. "Chelsea are also like us. They need to do something to get up. The second half of the competition is very important. If you want to try to win the league, their best player shouldalways be there." Ferguson's words diplomatically. Because he also did not deny Lampard not interested.He just believes Chelsea will surely retain Lampard. Clearly, interest in Ferguson told Lampard became hot gossip in the UK. Moreover, the winter transfer market is long and ended on January 31, 2012.