Former Chelsea player Eddie Newton believes Frank Lampard has got a difficult decision to make over his future at Stamford Bridge when he returns to pre-season training on Monday.

Newton, who has left Chelsea to take up a role as assistant to new MK Dons manager Roberto Di Matteo, had been working as a coach with the Chelsea Academy since a knee injury forced him out of the game eight years ago.

Lampard, wanted by Inter Milan, has one year left on his contract, and Newton said: "Frank has got decisions to make. I am a Chelsea boy through and through and I would love him to be at Chelsea but those decisions have to be made."

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