Frank Lampard‘s electric sophomore season in Major League Soccer didn’t keep him in New York, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be somewhere in the league.
The Daily Express reports that clubs in MLS and Europe are chasing the signature of Lampard after the 38-year-old scored 12 goals and made 15 starts this season before a calf injury cut short his campaign.
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Among the clubs named by the report are Orlando City, LA Galaxy, Chicago Fire, Atlanta United, and Seattle Sounders.
All are intriguing landing spots. The Fire were linked with Bastian Schweinsteiger and the two could work wonders in an MLS midfield. The signing would be a big splash for Atlanta, while Lampard teaming with Kaka would give Orlando a boost. LA and Seattle both have electric attackers to put around and in front of Lampard.
The player has also been tipped to begin his coaching career by rejoining Chelsea.