Frank Lampard refuses to rule out John Terry reunion at Derby

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New Derby County manager Frank Lampard did not rule out making a move for former Chelsea team-mate John Terry.

Lampard was appointed by the Rams on a three-year deal earlier on Thursday for his first managerial role.

Terry, who won three Premier League titles with Lampard at Chelsea, is available after confirming he will leave Aston Villa this summer.

Terry's contract expired at Villa Park and he has decided not to stay after their 1-0 Championship play-off final defeat to Fulham.

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But, while Lampard refused to commit, he remained coy over the possibility of a reunion with Terry.

He said: "I haven't spoken to John, I got a message this morning. At the moment he's in Greece on holiday.

"There are conversations ongoing across the board, that isn't one of them. These conversations start now. John's had a great career but we'll concentrate on what we want to do here."

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