PSG want to lure unhappy Lampard

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Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard could be set to depart Stamford Bridge after a falling out with manager Andre Villas-Boas.


The England international has been in and out of the Blues side since the arrival of Villas-Boas and Paris St Germain are ready to exploit his discontent, according to The Mirror.


The Portuguese left Lampard out of the starting line-up in Chelsea’s Champions League last 16 first leg loss to Napoli in Naples, the manager then admitted he had been openly criticised by the player when he received the news of his omission.


The report claims that former Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti, now in charge of PSG, is keen to recruit the former West Ham United midfielder ahead of the club’s expected Champions League campaign next year.


The nouveau-riche club from France’s capital could lure Lampard with an offer of a sizeable wage packet since their takeover from an investment branch of a company owned by the Qatari Royal Family.

However, Lampard may find it difficult to leave a club where he has played the past 11 years and won numerous honours with.

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