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With speculation linking the midfielder with a move 'across the pond', Goal.com asked whether or not Lampard should jump on the MLS bandwagon at the end of next season

Frank Lampard should stay at Chelsea once his contract has expired, instead of a move abroad, according to Goal.com readers.

Lampard admitted last week that he would consider a move to MLS at the end of the coming season, with the Blues currently on a pre-season tour of America, and it was reported that he also declined to join Didier Drogba in moving to China.

In what was a close call, however, 38.55 per cent of those polled saw Stamford Bridge as the right destination for Lampard in a year's time.

A switch to the MLS shouldn't be ruled out though, according to our readers. The option of a move abroad placed second in the poll with 32.88% of the vote. The move would see the Chelsea veteran follow David Beckham, Thierry Henry and most recently Tim Cahill in swapping England for the U.S.A.
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Just 9.75% voted in favour of Lampard going into a coaching role at the end of his contract, suggesting the 34-year-old could yet have plenty to offer.

In fourth place, with 7.54% of the vote was the option of a move to China, where former Chelsea strikers Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba have already been lured.

At the bottom end of the spectrum, 6.8% thought Lampard should retire, whilst just 4.48% thought his loyalties should shift to another Premier League club.

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What should Frank Lampard do at the end of his contract?

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