The 2-year contract between English footballer Frank Lampard and New York City signed in July 2014 will be come to an end with the year. The player who had an impressive streak with the club said that the next stage of his career will be made known soon, this would most likely include coaching as he revealed in an interview he had with Match of the Day presenter, Gary Linekar.
Lampard said: “I have very much enjoyed my time, and I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to play for such a great club and in such an incredible city.
"I leave with many great memories."
Described as “the worst signing in MLS history” in May 2016, Lampard however rediscovered his form for New York City, scoring 12 goals in 14 matches, the city celebrated the “Frank Lampard Day” in September.
The midfielder scored 15 goals in 31 appearances for the United states team during his two-year stint which was interrupted by a loan spell to sister-club Manchester City , a move which outraged his New York City fans, he scored 8 goals throughout the 2014-15 season he spent there.