Frank Lampard will serve as a pundit for the 2016 Euro’s

Frank Lampard is having a disastrous period of time with New York City, the main reason of his underwhelming spell as a performer of the MLS club is due to his string of injuries which has limited his playing time on the pitch.

These injuries will not stop Frank Lampard from being a pundit for the upcoming 2016 Euro’s as the Englishman will be working alongside JurgenKlinsmann for BBC.

The BBC wants to continue being the No 1 broadcaster in terms of footballing events and it has been confirmed that the English midfielder Lampard along with the manager of USA Klinsmann are going to help in this task and are expected to provide additional insight for the matches and everything that goes on involving the international competition.

Other prominent football figures that are going to be forming part of the panel for commentary and analysis are: Rio Ferdinand, Robbie Savage, Neil Lennon, Thierry Henry and Jens Lehmann.

Even though Lampard’s career is suffering a downhill road, the English midfielder played a huge role for England in the international stage and he was included in the 2004 Euro Team of the Tournament.

Providing media coverage from a MLS a player for an international competition is something that Steven Gerrardalso did 1 year ago as it’s usually the more renowned figures the ones that are traditionally appointed with this task as an attempt to attract more viewers and keep them tuned in, even after the actual games are over.

The 2016 Euro’s kicks off on June 10 and will last for 1 month, BBC is going to have 140 hours of programming and this includes 26 live matches on TV.

Lampard has not played any significant role for New York City FC in this season due to injuries but his recovery is entering the final stages and the English midfielder wants to make an impact with his team now that his injuries are almost over.