Lampard’s side are joint-bottom of the Premier League, with only goal difference separating them from 20th-placed Southampton.
On Saturday, Everton lost by 2-0 with West Ham United in a crucial match.
As a result, the losing team is been expected to fire their manager, and David Moyes, despite his excellent work in east London over the previous three seasons, was also put under a lot of pressure.
Everton are said to be interested in re-appointing their former manager, David Moyes, if he becomes available.
Some may be surprised to learn that Lampard is still working two days after the London Stadium defeat.
According to Sky Sports, “a decision is made already.” The former Chelsea manager is in expectation to relieve of his duties on Monday.
“There is a certainty about it,” Sky Sports News correspondent Vinny O’Connor said. We’re hearing that a decision has been made. And that it will be announced at some point today (Monday) that Frank Lampard will be leaving his position as Everton manager.”