Lampard could be on way to Loftus Road
No agreement has been reached between Frank Lampard and Chinese Super League club Guizhou Renhe over a potential transfer, increasing the possibility that he could move to QPR in January.
Lampard, 34, could again link up with Harry Redknapp - who managed him at West Ham - despite it appearing likely that he would follow former Chelsea colleagues Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka to China.
In November, the Guizhou Renhe deputy board chairman Yang Xiaoyu said the club was "in contact with Lampard, but so far nothing has been settled", and an ESPN source said on Monday: “There is no agreement to take Frank to China.”
Lampard’s Chelsea contract expires in June and, with the London club having a policy of offering only one-year deals to players over 30, he appears likely to move on.
Redknapp is expected to offer the England international a two and a half-year contract, with the additional lure of the captaincy, as he attempts to bring him to Loftus Road.
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