Found May 03, 2013 on Soccerlens:
Will Chelsea legend Lampard replace Scholes at Manchester United? - originally posted on Soccerlens.comFrank Lampard has become part of the furniture at Stamford Bridge, amassing over 400 appearances for Chelsea since joining from West Ham back in 2001. Despite being only one goal away from equaling Bobby Tamlin’s goalscoring record for the west London club, the England international’s future with the Blues looks uncertain. With Roman Abramovich putting an emphasis on young players in the search for continued success, Lampard could well leave the club as a free agent come the summer. Although a number of possible destinations, including filling David Beckham’s shoes at LA Galaxy, have been touted, a move to Manchester United has also been murmured in the press. United have shown in the past that they will sign players of experience in short term deals, with the likes of Henrik Larsson a classic example. Frank Lampard having a light-hearted moment during Chelsea training Despite str...

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