Queens Park Rangers are reputedly interested in a number of players as the January transfer window enters full-flow.
The Kilburn Times are reporting that Paul Hart has set his sights on a number of January targets – one in particular is a familiar face.
Nigel Quashie has been on loan from West Ham United to the Milton Keynes Dons in a bid to prove his fitness – and if he can secure a release from the Hammers is poised to join Rangers until the end of the season.
The former Rangers youngster played his last game for the side in a home defeat to Bury in May 1998 before joining Premier League Nottingham Forest for £2.5m.
Meanwhile Paul Hart is set to solve his keeper crisis, according to the newspaper, by recruiting his former Portsmouth employee Jamie Ashdown.
Ashdown has been a bit part player for Pompey since joining from Reading in 2004 – but has proven adept between the sticks when called upon for the south coast outfit.
Strike trio Danny Webber, Fulham’s David Elm and the currently injured Hull City target-man Caleb Folan are all in the frame according to the newspaper as Paul Hart seeks to rebuild the R’s promotion hopes.
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