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Frank Lampard will leave Chelsea in the summer – Agent

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LONDON (Sporting Alert) – The agent of Frank Lampard has confirmed that the midfielder will leave Chelsea FC at the end of the season, following a breakdown in contract talks.

However, it is understood that Chelsea are refusing to offer him a new contract, leaving the 34-year-old England international with no other choice, but to start looking for a new club.

Manchester United and Lazio were two of the clubs linked with a move for Lampard, but his agent says there are no set place as to where he will end up, according to cittaceleste.it.

His agent, Steve Kutner, did admitted though: “The only certain thing is that he’ll change team at the end of the season.”

He added: “We don’t rule out anything.

“The most important is only the good of the player and the possibility to play again at high levels.”

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However, Kutner comments evidently pointed out that Lampard won’t be going to play for any side battling for relegation.

“Frank wants to play in a great team, able to fight for important goals and winning other trophies.”

It is believed that although his contract ends in the summer, Lampard would have no problems leaving in January should a good opportunity presents itself, despite feeling down about not being able to keep representing the club he loves so dearly.

Wilkins reminded Ferguson that Lampard is a better goalscorer than the likes of Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Tom Cleverley and Michael Carrick and he should take the chance at landing him.

“He’ll cost nothing, he’s about four years younger than Giggs and Scholes and he scores goals from midfield,” Wilkins was quoted as saying in the Daily Mail.

“He’s scored more goals this year than Carrick, Cleverley and Scholes combined.

“He’s comfortably got two or three more seasons in him. He won’t play 90 minutes every week but if he starts 20 games for United he’ll score them seven goals.”