Frank Lampard is reportedly open to joining Queens Park Rangers this summer should Chelsea opt to offload the midfielder.
Frank Lampard is reportedly considering a move to Queens Park Rangers amid suggestions that Chelsea are willing to let go of the midfielder after 13 years at Stamford Bridge.
The England international, who turns 36 next month, was named on Chelsea's 'free transfers' list following the expiration of his contract.
Since then, reports have emerged claiming that Harry Redknapp is keen to sign Lampard this summer after securing promotion back to the top flight.
According to the Daily Star, Lampard wants a 12-month contract at Chelsea, but is open to joining QPR, with hopes of being offered a two-year deal.
Reports have claimed that the midfielder could be made captain at Loftus Road, while also receiving £60,000-a-week wages.
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