- Premier League
Lampard would fit in well at Fiorentina, says Borja Valero
The Spanish midfielder has identified the Chelsea and England icon as a potential target for the Viola amidst continuing speculation over his future in the summerBorja Valero has claimed that Chelsea veteran Frank Lampard would fit well into Fiorentina's style of play after being told he is no longer in his current club's plans.
The 34-year-old is out of contract in the summer and is very likely to leave the London club according to his agent, with no contract offer forthcoming.
"Lampard would be perfect for the type of game we want to play," he stated at a press conference.
"But the players are only thinking of playing, we leave what happens in the transfer market to the club."
Fiorentina have enjoyed a stunning season so far, and currently sit in fourth place, in with a shout of Champions League qualification.
“We have to continue the way we have been so far. The club must remain near the top of the table," he added.
“We will try until the very last game to get into the Champions League, but there are many team in this League that can do the same."
|Sign up with William Hill for a free bet up to £25|
|Sign up with bet365 for a free bet up to £200|
|Sign up to Paddy Power for £250 in free bets|
Make Your Prediction
Manchester City - Chelsea FC
Most Popular Predictions
Manchester City 1-3 Chelsea FC
- 14.48 %
Manchester City 3-1 Chelsea FC
- 11.8 %
Manchester City 1-2 Chelsea FC
- 10.78 %
Inside Celtic: End of season review
With just the Scottish Cup final left before the summer break, Inside Celtic looks back on a memorable season for Neil Lennon's men
The Dossier: Stop Martinez, stop Bayern
With the Mario Gotze missing through injury, Marco Reus will be charged with the task of stopping Javi Martinez from dictating proceedings in the middle of the park
Top 10 all-time Champions League scorers
As the competition moves within days of its much-anticipated conclusion at Wembley, Goal profiles the most prolific players in its history
'Mario, you will never redeem yourself'
Mario Gotze's injury means the playmaker has now played his final game for Borussia Dortmund. In an open letter, a fan tells of his emotion at his controversial switch to Bayern
BVB's rise from the abyss to European contenders
BVB have recovered from teetering on the edge of bankruptcy to take their place on Europe's grandest stage, humbling their opponents on Saturday, Bayern Munich, along the way
Goal.com English - Ireland
- America (EN)
- United Kingdom (EN)
- India (EN)
- Ireland (EN)
- Malaysia (EN)
- Singapore (EN)
- Canada (EN)
- Australia (EN)
- Nigeria (EN)
- Ghana (EN)
- Kenya (EN)
- South Africa (EN)
- España (ES)
- Argentina (ES)
- Colombia (ES)