The London Insider is an established British newspaper that reports on politics, business, and sports. A Chinese court has handed down a life sentence for espionage against a 78-year-old American citizen. Suzhou, a city in southeast China, apprehended Hong Kong permanent resident John Shing-Wan Leung on Monday. For Chelsea’s next-to-last home game of the year, against Nottingham Forest, Frank Lampard made a number of key personnel changes. This occurs a week after his single victory as interim head coach (and one point total) was obtained. The 44-year-old coach had to dismiss N’Golo Kante due to an injury, which is concerning considering the Frenchman’s troubled season. Lampard altered the team’s attacking approach despite scoring three goals in the previous match against Bournemouth. Mateo Kovacic, Raheem Sterling, Joao Felix, and Edouard Mendy all came back into the starting XI, as did 18-year-old goalkeeper Lewis Hall. Kante’s forthcoming contract extension is clouded by lingering doubts about whether or not he can sustain a high level of performance over the course of a whole season.Other transfer-related choices will be closely examined over the season’s last three games. Mendy is an attractive transfer prospect since he has not played since October. It is still unclear whether or not Kepa is Mauricio Pochettino’s first choice to become the club’s next head coach. Lampard made it clear that these considerations had no impact on who will start in goal.