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CHINA/ GUIZHOU RENHE, Impossible dream: can arrive Lampard

Lamps is on his way out of Stamford Bridge
12.11.2012 12.00 by TM W  read 1112
Source: The Sun
© foto di Daniele Buffa/Image Sport

Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is nearing a January move to Chinese outfit Guizhou Rehne — just as SunSport told.

Reports from China last night confirmed our SunSport exclusives dating back to March that the Chelsea and England midfielder is the number one priority for Super League side Guizhou Rehne.

Lampard, who is out with a calf injury at the moment, has been offered £250,000 a week to move to the Far East and Guizhou want him in January.

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