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Lampard eyeing Chelsea return as midfielder vows to continue playing

Date Posted,December 25, 2016

Frank Lampard says he would love to return to Chelsea as a player, although the former England midfielder plans to spend plenty of time at Stamford Bridge even if he is not offered a deal.

The Blues’ all-time leading goalscorer is considering his options after his contract expired with MLS side New York City.

Speaking alongside Blues captain John Terry on Soccer AM, Lampard said: “Myself and John are Chelsea through and through so whatever happens, in some capacity I will be at Chelsea.

“Whether it’s with my season ticket, watching them, I don’t know yet, I’ll have very close contact. Whether I’ll have the role (as a player), it’s not all in my hands so I can’t go any further on that.

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