Frank Lampard has one year left on his Chelsea contract and this summer has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge - a move which would see the 34-year-old join forces with former England colleague, David Beckham and ex Tottenham striker, Robbie Keane.
After Chelsea's friendly draw against former manager Carlo Ancelotti's Paris St. Germain on Sunday however, Lampard hinted that although he wouldn't rule out the move, it would not be earlier than next season.
But would it benefit both parties if the midfielder headed to the States this summer?
Lampard spoke of a big season for the West-London club, with the European Super Cup and the World Club Championship in December, as well as the defense of their Champions League trophy and a Premier League campaign which simply must better last season's effort - a disappointing sixth.
Chelsea have already added Eden Hazard to strengthen their midfield this summer and look extremely likely to complete the signing of Brazilian wonderkid Oscar after the Olympics.
Add to this to the talent already in Roberto di Matteo's ranks, especially in midfield, could it be an argument for Lampard to "do a Drogba" and leave on a high and for Chelsea to make a quick "buck" from the sale of Lamps and prevent losing him on a free this time next year?
What do you think? Should Lampard stay or take a leap into the unknown?
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