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Chelsea’s new signing Deco has told Frank Lampard to stay and help create one of the most dangerous attacking midfields in The Premier League.

Former Barcelona star Deco's £8 million arrival at Stamford Bridge has cast fresh doubt over the future of Lampard, who is a target for his former manager Jose Mourinho at Inter.

However the Portugal international sees no reason why he and Lampard should not play together next season and has promised fireworks if the two are in tandem.

“I think I can be compatible with Lampard on the pitch,” said Deco.

“That is of course something that the trainer (Luiz Felipe Scolari) has to decide – he is in charge.

“But I have seen a lot of Chelsea games on the TV and together Frank and I can create a lot of danger for other teams.”

Deco revealed that he could have been a Chelsea player four years earlier.

“I received a great offer from Chelsea because Jose Mourinho wanted me in his new project.

“I even talked with [Chelsea owner Roman] Abramovich but Porto already had agreed a deal with Barcelona and I had given my word.”


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