The 67-year-old feels that his nephew will move to MLS this summer, ruling out a move for the Chelsea legend, who revealed on Monday that he will not stay at Stamford Bridge
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However the veteran boss believes that Lampard will take the opportunity to move to Major League Soccer when his contract expires this summer.
"I don't think Frank Lampard would [join QPR]," he told talkSPORT. "I would be surprised if he played for another team in England. His heart is at Chelsea.
"I haven't spoken to him about it and I was quite shocked when I heard that he had left Chelsea but I could see him going to New York [City FC]. Going there for a couple of years could be exciting for him. I can see him taking up a challenge like that."
The 35-year-old leaves the Blues after 13 seasons in west London and is currently a member of the England World Cup squad.