Transfer news: QPR line up loan move for West Ham United forward Modibo Maiga - reports
Redknapp steps up search for striker
Thursday 16 January 2014
QPR are reportedly considering making a loan move for West Ham's Modibo Maiga as Harry Redknapp looks to boost his strikeforce.
The striker has only two goals in 19 games for West Ham and has been given the all clear to leave the club.
Maiga even trained with the Championship club this week as Harry Redknapp considers making a move for the 26-year-old.
However Redknapp is also thought to be considering moves for Auxerre forward Paul Georges-Ntep, said to be on the radar of Arsenal.
Another rumoured QPR target is Inter Milan’s Ishak Belfodil as Redknapp attempts to add more goals to a side that have registered just 29 in 25 games this season.
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