Found January 04, 2013 on
John Terry has revealed his devastation at Frank Lampard's possible departure from Chelsea and called for his team-mate's jersey to be retired.
Lampard is out of contract at the end of the season and there has been no sign of the Blues offering him a new deal.
Friday morning saw club captain Terry post a picture of him and Lampard holding the FA Cup on his Instagram account accompanied by the comment: "Devastated is an understatement. We should retire the number 8 shirt in honour of Lamps. #theheartbeat #hero #legend #hero #goalmachine #friend #ktbffh (keep the blue flag flying high) #cfc #chelsea."
It is understood Terry was reacting to quotes attributed to Lampard's agent, Steve Kutner, in the Italian media in which he reportedly said the midfielder would definitely be leaving Stamford Bridge this summer.
Kutner has since denied giving any such interview .
However, barring a dramatic U-turn by Chelsea , Lampard will have to find himself a new club next s...
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Frank Lampard's agent has denied giving an interview in which he was reported to have said his client was "certain" to leave Chelsea .
Steve Kutner was quoted on cittaceleste.it as saying the England midfielder would definitely depart Stamford Bridge in the summer and that a move to Serie A was possible.
"As for the future, the only certainty is that he will...
Chelsea captain John Terry said he is ''devastated'' at the prospect of veteran midfielder Frank Lampard leaving the club.
The 34-year-old Lampard's contract expires at the end of the season, and there are no signs he will be offered a new deal.
''Devastated is an understatement,'' Terry wrote Friday on his Instagram social networking account...
Chelsea's policy in the January transfer window appears to be about reconciling the cost of chasing titles with exercising financial diligence.
About $8 million has already been raised this week by offloading Daniel Sturridge to Liverpool and signing Demba Ba from Newcastle.
At the same time, Chelsea is showing there is little room for sentimentality by failing to yet offer...