Frank Lampard’s Live betting fans and pay per head services are very eager to see the player start for Manchester City after he agreed on a short-term move to the club.
Price per head services and Live betting fans learned that on Saturday, City manager Manuel Pellegrini confirmed that Lampard, who last month signed for New York City after 13 great years spent at Chelsea, decided to join the Premier League before the 2015 MLS season gets underway.
On Tuesday, the club made the 36-year-old’s move official, to the delight of many fans that enjoy Live betting. Lampard was very happy to get the opportunity to continue playing in England before his debut campaign for New York City gets underway, and pay per head services can imagine how good the player must feel.
“Joining up with Manchester City is a fantastic opportunity for me to continue to train and play at the top level and make sure I am in top condition for New York City,” he said.
“It has been an amazing few days for me since the unveiling in Brooklyn and everyone connected with both clubs has been fantastic to me.
“This is a new chapter of my career and I’m really excited about the experience.
“I met Manuel and some of the players in New York and I’m looking forward to getting into training and making a contribution for Manchester City ahead of my move over to New York.”
In the meantime, pay per head services learned that Pellegrini praised Lampard – Chelsea’s unsurpassed goalscorer – as a key addition to his team, and believes that the short-term switch to City is a great deal for all sides involved, something that many Live betting fans can agree with.
“Frank is a world-class midfielder and this is an opportunity which works perfectly for everyone – the player, Manchester City, and New York City,” he said.
“I’m looking forward to working with him and integrating him into our squad.
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“New York have made a fantastic signing by recruiting Frank and I’m really pleased that we’ll be able to have him with us for the first half of our season and help him prepare for his new challenge.”