Chelsea's Frank Lampard 'involved in Ferrari confusion'

Lampard 'swept up in Ferrari confusion'
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Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard gets swept up in confusion over the re-sale of an exclusive Ferrari.

Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard has reportedly been involved in confusion over the re-selling of an exclusive Ferrari.

The England international's name is thought to have been linked to the sale of a Ferrari, which is said to have been bought for £252,000 but was sold a day later with a mark up of £78,000.

It is believed that the player's agent Steve Kutner purchased the vehicle and that Lampard's name was in the paperwork only as an error, according to the Daily Mail.

The F12berlinetta is thought to have been advertised on the website of Derbyshire-based car dealer Tom Hartley.

Chelsea's Frank Lampard celebrates scoring against West Ham in the Premier League match on March 17, 2013
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