The midfielder has signed for the Citizens on-loan.
Frank Lampard ended 13 years of success with Chelsea this summer when his contract ended and headed to the USA to join New York City FC.
However, it was a lot sooner than expected when the midfielder returned to the Premier League, sealing a loan move to Manchester City until the MLS season starts in March 2015.
Blues captain John Terry – who was Lampard’s teammate throughout his time at Stamford Bridge and is also a close friend – says it’s not right thinking of the 36-year-old in a City shirt.
“It just doesn’t seem right to see them [Lampard and new AS Roma signing Ashley Cole] in different shirts. Maybe over time that will ease but it doesn’t seem right,” Terry was quoted by the London Evening Standard.
“We have grown up together and won and lost together at Chelsea. We have done many great things and it was sad to see them go.”
Terry is preparing for the new 2014/15 season, as unlike Cole and Lampard the 33-year-old was offered a new contract last term.
The former England skipper made up one half of the most successful central defensive partnership in the English top tier last campaign, alongside fellow countryman Gary Cahill.
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