Veteran midfield player weighing up a series of summer offers.
Everton manager David Moyes is hoping to agree a sensational end-of-season swoop for Chelsea midfield player Frank Lampard, according to reports in the Daily Star.
The veteran England international’s current contract with the European champions runs out this summer and as yet, the West Londoners are still to offer the player a new deal to remain at Stamford Bridge beyond the end of this season.
And a whole host of clubs from around the world are lining up to sign the 34-year-old, including European giants AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain, Premier League Champions-elect Manchester United, Major League Soccer outfit the Los Angeles Galaxy and Guizhou of China.
However, Moyes feels that he can persuade Lampard to swap west London for Merseyside, although the one major sticking point to a successful deal taking place is the relatively low wages that the Goodison Park outfit are able to offer the player.
As it stands, Moyes and Co can put forward a three-year package worth an estimated £80,000 a week to Lampard, although whether that would be enough to persuade a player who has scored 198 goals for the Blues remains to be seen.