They have been cropping up more and more since their promotion to the top flight on Saturday and are getting all excited about who’s going to be pulling on their famous hooped shirt next season.
But according to the Daily Express, they may have to give up on the thought of two of the Premier League’s greatest ever players turning up at Loftus Raod after Harry Redknapp described any possible deals as unlikely.
Both Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand played under Harry Redknapp when he managed fellow London Premier League outfit West Ham United having given them professional contracts at the age of 15.
Redknapp is also the uncle of 35-year-old Lampard but it’s unlikely that a family reunion will be on the cards.
Lampard is still hopeful of a contract extension at Chelsea and it’s likely he’ll get another year at least.
Ferdinand however is available on a free transfer but Redknapp feels the former Manchester United and England international will have too many offers on the table to consider Queens Park Rangers.
Queens Park Rangers fans. What kind of players and budgets do you need to ensure that this spell in the Premier League isn’t as disastrous as the last? Let us know your thoughts below.
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