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
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.