West Londoners are also prepared to pay the experienced Englishman £60,000 per week and make him captain.
Veteran Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is said to be pondering moving to London rivals Queens Park Rangers next season, according to exclusive reports in the Daily Star.
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The England international’s current deal with the west London club runs out at the end of June and so far Lampard has yet to come to any sort of agreement with Chelsea about extending his 13-year stay at Stamford Bridge into next season.
Lampard, 35, is believed to be demanding a 12-month extension to his present deal with the Blues, however, the club’s billionaire Russian owner Roman Abramovich is also understood to be reluctant to offer a new contract to a player of Lampard’s age.
And as a result, that impasse may now open the door for QPR head coach Harry Redknapp to make his own move for Lampard, who also happens to be his uncle, with the former West Ham United, Portsmouth and Tottenham Hotspur manager said to want to utilise the experienced star in a deep-lying holding midfield role at Loftus Road next season.