Barcelona, Real Madrid and Inter Milan all tried to sign Frank Lampard during his time at Stamford Bridge, the former Chelsea midfielder told Goals on Sunday. Lampard spent 13 years at Chelsea, during which he became the club's all-time record goalscorer after finding the back of the net 211 times in all competitions. However, the former England international has revealed that he had offers from some of Europe's biggest clubs to leave the Blues during his career in the capital. "There were times earlier in my career when they did, but I do not look back and regret not going, but it was certainly of interest," Lampard told the show. "Back in the day, the big Spanish clubs were involved - Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter Milan under Jose [Mourinho]. It was never: 'I'm ready to sign now,' but there were rumours and some talks behind the scenes.
'Barcelona, Real Madrid and Inter Milan all wanted to sign me,' Frank Lampard tells Goals on Sunday
Sky Sports | Apr 10