Frank Lampard could get a job at Stamford Bridge after his retirement, according to the Evening Standard.
The veteran 35-year-old midfielder recently confirmed he would be leaving Chelsea after spending a memorable and prolific 13 years at the club.
In all probability, Lampard will join the nebulous New York City FC, who have already signed David Villa (their first player). The club will start playing next season and Lampard in the meantime has time to kill i.e. following the World Cup. Rumours are that he could join QPR for the season until he starts playing in the MLS.
With 211 goals, Frank Lampard is not only Chelsea’s highest goalscorer but also one of the most iconic and loved figures in the history of the club and in England as well. For the present World Cup, he has been appointed vice captain which stands testament to his potency and dexterity.
The English midfielder will play a few more seasons and then announce his retirement. Following that, a job in the management of the Blues could be waiting for him. We have already seen the likes of Ryan Giggs, Phil Neville and other former Manchester United stars take up jobs in the management at their former club and Lampard is expected to follow suit.
A job in the management is the least he deserves; hopefully we’ll see Lampard in that role soon
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