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Football: Frank Lampard not ready to quit just yet

Published on Jun 4, 2014 11:04 AM
 
England midfielder Frank Lampard looks on during a training session at Miami Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on June 3, 2014. -- PHOTO: AFP

MIAMI (REUTERS) - England’s Frank Lampard will proudly lead out his country against Ecuador in a World Cup warm-up match at the Sun Life Stadium on Wednesday determined to savour every moment in the twilight of his career.

The 35-year-old knows the sands of time are running out on his illustrious career at the very top of the game with a possible move to Major League Soccer on the horizon following his departure from Chelsea after 13 years at the club.

He has been linked with the ambitious New York City franchise, which is part-owned by Manchester City, and confirmed on Wednesday that a move to the United States is a possibility.

“The America thing is an option, I make no bones about that,” he told a news conference ahead of the Ecuador match. “I am looking at different options. The main thing is that I want to carry on playing, I feel very fit and fresh and I am enjoying it. So I will keep going for as long as I feel that way. I’d love to play for a few more years.”

 
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