Chelsea are ready to offer Frank Lampard a new deal following his spectacular goal against Brazil on Wednesday. It seems the veteran's spectacular goal against Brazil last night appears to have made Roman Abramovich have a rethink and offer Lampard a new contract.
The 34-year-old has been one of Chelsea's most consistent performers during a difficult season and supporters have urged owner Roman Abramovich to let him stay.
Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson expects Lampard to reach 100 caps for England. Lampard is currently the club's second highest scorer and remains just five goals short of Bobby Tambling's overall record of 202.
The move is similar to the change of heart that saw Ashley Cole given a new one year extension on his contract.
Several clubs, including Manchester United and Paris-Saint-German along with David Beckham's former club LA Galaxy, are interested in Lampard and Chelsea fans are hoping this dramatic change of heart from owner Abramovich will influence his final decision and hope he will stay at Stamford Bridge after all.
Recent reports from USA have suggested LA Galaxy have offered Lampard a two year deal similar to the one David Beckham was offered before joining the team.