It seems that there is a realistic chance QPR will be taking Liam Miller from Sunderland.
Sunderland manager, Ricky Sbragia, has confirmed the Rs’ interest in the Irish midfielder, who was apparently initially brought to the attention of the QPR Board by Replubic of Ireland national team manager, Giovanni Trapatonni.
Spealing to safc.com, Sbragia said:‘There’s been some interest in Liam from QPR so something might happen there.
‘They’ve made an enquiry about him and we’re just waiting to see the full extent of their interest, but it looks like it could be a loan.’
The rumour is that, as Miller is out of contract in the summer, Rangers could take the player on loan until then and buy him outright in the summer.
In other news, rumours are rife that Rangers could try to lure Leroy Lita away from Reading. The front-man turned down the chance to move to Championship rivals Sheffield United, preferring to stay at Reading to fight for his place. However, the media are still linking Rangers with Lita, as reported by Ben Kosky in The Kilburn Times.
If we don’t land Lita, we could try our luck once more with Sunderland’s Daryl Murphy – at least, that is, according to The Sun newspaper.
Well, we haven’t been linked with many strikers recently – but the media is obviously picking up on our difficulties in scoring goals and making the same leap as, I think, we QPR fans are! We must buy a striker!!
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