Speculation has ran wild regarding the 38-year-old’s next career move this week but this latest report claims both Jason Kreis‘ Lions and LA Galaxy are front-runners for his signature.
Also mentioning that Seattle Sounders and Chicago Fire are keen as well as Major League Soccer new boys Atlanta United, the link appears threadbare right now but the prospect is certainly an interesting one.
With Frank Lampard representing somebody who would undoubtedly command a Designated Player salary at Orlando City Stadium, most Orlando City SC supporters would admit that the Lions haven’t made the most out of DP status in MLS to date.
While City fans still await news regarding who is being cut and retained from Jason Kreis‘ 2016 roster, central midfield isn’t the most pressing cause of concern for strengthening right now.
After a slow start to his Lions career, Antonio Nocerino steadily showed his worth in 2016 while Cristian Higuita finished the season strongly after slipping behind Servando Carrasco in the midfield pecking order.
As for Frank Lampard, the former England international recently departed Yankee Stadium having scored 15 goals in 31 appearances during his stop-start New York City FC career.