MLS side to offer Stamford Bridge midfielder massive deal.
MLS side LA Galaxy will offer Chelsea veteran Frank Lampard a lucrative contract worth £4m a year as they seek to lure the England man to California according to the Daily Mail.
The 35 year old is set to see his Blues contract expire this summer and may well feel the time is right for a new challenge, especially as no new Chelsea deal has been offered to the goal-scoring midfielder.
There has been some talk of a possible one year extension for Lampard, which could see the Chelsea man then offered a coaching role at Stamford Bridge but a move to the LA Galaxy may prove more tempting.
The Galaxy are looking to bring in another big name ‘designated’ player, with the MLS allowing three players per club the option of a big money deal, with Robbie Keane and US legend Landon Donovan being the other two recipients of such contracts.
Lampard could be seen as the ideal man to fill the void left by David Beckham’s retirement from the game.
The Chelsea legend has started 16 of Chelsea’s 30 Premier League fixtures this season and has scored six goals in all competitions.
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