Three Bundesliga midfielders who could be the next Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard is one of the greatest players of all time and is one of the best ever midfielders in the Premier League. The former England international, who retired from professional football last year, was one of a kind, and most of his success came at Chelsea.

Lampard did not have much pace and was not exactly a beast physically, but the 38-year-old still managed to control games and weave his magic. The Englishman could play anywhere in midfield, had great vision and creativity, and was always willing to work hard.

England Manager Pays Tribute to Frank Lampard after Chelsea Midfielder’s Retirement

England manager Gareth Southgate has paid tribute to former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard, who recently announced his retirement from the game.

Lampard has represented the likes of West Ham, Chelsea, Manchester City, and New York City FC in his stellar career. He also made more than 100 appearances for the England national team. Widely regarded as one of the greatest goal scoring midfielders of all time, Lampard ended up with more than 200 goals for Chelsea in his 13 years at the club. The goal scoring exploits of the midfielder still remain a record. He is Chelsea’s all-time top scorer in all competitions.

Frank Lampard Expect Chelsea to Win the Premier League This Season

Frank Lampard says that he expects Chelsea to win the Premier League title this season, as he does not see any club managing to close the gap on the league leaders.

Chelsea were eighth in the Premier league after having suffered a 3-0 loss against Arsenal back in September. Since that loss, the club have been able to bounce back quite impressively and established an eight point advantage over Manchester City in the second spot. A combination of Chelsea being supremely dominant coupled with other teams dropping points here and there has resulted in this substantial advantage even before the end of February.


Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has joined the hosts of people opining that the Blues would lift the Premier League title this season following their impressive run.

The Stamford Bridge legend says that it is unlikely that Chelsea would be overtaken in the race to the title this season.

Frank Lampard Would Love to Return to Chelsea As a Player

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard says that he would still consider returning to the English Premier League outfit as a player.

The midfielder is the club’s all-time top goalscorer with 211 goals and he managed to get these goals in 13 years at West London. He was recently pictured at Stamford Bridge enjoying one of the games, and this has sparked rumours that he may return to the club in a coaching capacity. Even though Lampard also represented the likes of West Ham and Manchester City during his time in England, he is widely considered as Chelsea through and through.

Lampard Could Be Set for Move to SPL

Frank Lampard has yet to make a decision on his next destination after the Englishman left New York City following their exit in the MLS Cup last month when they were defeated by Toronto FC.

The former Chelsea midfielder spent two years in the USA playing the in the MLS. He made 30 appearances for the New York club, scoring 15 goals across those couple of seasons.

It now looks like Lampard could be heading back to Europe on a short-term deal, similar to what David Beckham did when he left LA Galaxy as he signed for French champions PSG on a six-month contract.


Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has said that Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez has a similar mentality to Chelsea legend Frank Lampard.

Redknapp’s comments are praises for the Chile international as he put aside fitness concerns to play for Arsenal despite picking up injury whist on international duty.

Frank Lampard Impressed by Antonio Conte’s Early Regime at Chelsea

Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard says that he is left impressed by manager Antonio Conte’s first few months at his former club.

After starting out in brilliant fashion with several late victories, the Italian manager suffered major setbacks later on – especially in the games against Arsenal and Liverpool. However, the club has since recovered and it was largely down to the brilliance of Conte. The Italian switched to a 3-4-3 formation, which he has used for the majority of his managerial career, after recent defeats. It was widely expected that Chelsea would begin the campaign with this formation.


Frank Lampard is expected to be out for the next three to four weeks due to a calf strain.

The former Chelsea midfielder got injured in the 42nd minute during their 2-2 MLS draw with Dallas on Sunday 18th of September.

Aguero Brands Lampard as His Favourite Goal Scorer

Sergio Aguero is rightly considered as one of the best strikers in the Premier League and probably in the world.

He was recently put forward the question of the player that he admired the most in the English league. Aguero has named Frank Lampard as his favourite goal scorer. Lampard and Aguero played in the same team for a short period. Lampard, though, is best known for his time with Chelsea. He is regarded as a Chelsea legend and the club’s all-time top goalscorer with more than 200 to his name.


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