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Submitted by SadeckJaffal 781d ago | news

Frank Lampard 4/7 to extend Chelsea stay

Following speculation that the Blues could be about to offer the 33-year-old an extension to his current contract at Stamford Bridge, Jim Knight takes a look at the latest odds

It seemed that Frank Lampard was set to be one of this summer's highest-profile free agents but a number of eye catching displays may have forced the powers that be at Stamford Bridge to reconsider their stance on not renewing the 33-year-old's contract. (Chelsea, Frank Lampard, Transfers)

SadeckJaffal  +   783d ago
hope he stays , cuz lampard is the symbol of chelsea now and he have experience and could help them with that. plus he's a true leader...
karim  +   781d ago
No idea what 4/7 means, good odds? Anyway, if he extends his stay, Chelsea supporters would be delighted
Dungus  +   781d ago
Good news for Chelsea fans. They simply can't afford to lose more central midfielders, let alone club legends.
krazykombatant  +   781d ago
Saw in the paper yesterday that this isn't true.

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