Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has reportedly agreed terms with LA Galaxy over a proposed move to the MLS in the summer transfer window.

Lampard is out of contract at the end of the season and will not be offered a new deal by Chelsea and, according to, the 34-year-old is set to sign for LA Galaxy.

Arsenal and Manchester United have both been linked with moves for Lampard, but an LA Galaxy source has supposedly informed that a deal for the Chelsea legend is 'all but done'.

The Galaxy are able to sign Lampard as a Designated Player following the departure of David Beckham, and the Chelsea star is free to agree a pre-contract as he is in the final six months of his deal.

Lampard has scored 194 goals in 582 appearances for Chelsea since his move to Stamford Bridge in 2001, and could leave the club as the most potent goalscorer in their history.

The England international is just nine goals away from eclipsing current record holder Bobby Tambling, who scored 202 times in 302 games between 1959 and 1970.

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