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Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly set to offer Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard a lifeline at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Lampard's future at Chelsea is looking bleak after falling down the pecking orders in manager Andre Villas-Boas' squad this season.
According to the Sun, Mourinho hopes to use midfielder Esteban Granero as a bait to prise Lampard from the Stamford Bridge.
Granero is valued at six million pounds.
A three-time Chelsea Player of the Year, Lampard is Chelsea's third all-time goalscorer with 177 goals in all competitions, including over 100 league goals – the most in the club's history for a midfielder.
The 33-year-old is also the highest goalscoring midfielder in Premier League history (146 league goals) and second in the Premier League's all-time assists table with 91 assists.
He has had over 1400 successful passes and 10 or more assists every season.
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