Chelsea veteran Frank Lampard has agreed a deal to join US outfit New York City, according to The Mirror.
The midfielder - who is set to star for England at this summer's World Cup - runs out of contract at Stamford Bridge at the end of next month, and now looks set to join New York City.
Reports have indicated that the Blues ace has agreed a pay cut on his current £150,000-a-week deal at Chelsea, however is expected to receive a number of bonuses with the club.
Lampard has enjoyed a fine 13-year stint at Chelsea, having won trophies such as the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League. However, at 35-years-old, it appears that he wants one last challenge away from England's elite division.
And, with David Villa also set for a move to New York, Lampard will be hoping to enjoy further success in the twilight years of his career.
In what looks set to be Lampard's final major tournament for England this summer, the midfielder will be hoping to go out on a high in Brazil.