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Italian Rejects QPR

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Queens Park Rangers have been turned down in their bid to sign Italian Stefano Guberti from Bari.

Guberti was recently promoted from Serie B with Bari, managed by former Juventus star Antonio Conte.

His agent revealed that Queens Park Rangers had approached him but he is instead waiting for a deal to be put together by Roma: "We are interested in Roma's project and Stefano sees them as his first choice," Claudio De Nicola said on Radio Centro Suono Sport.

"He is a lad at the start of his career, even if he has done very well this season.

"Last week I spoke to the Roma directors and Guberti could be offered a four-year deal.

"Within a month I hope to have a deal completed. We turned down an offer from Flavio Briatore's QPR to wait for Roma."


In a short term deal with Galletti the midfielder scored six goals in 12 games helping them to promotion to the top division in Italy.

The 24-year-old looks set to pass Luigi De Canio`s Lecce on the way to Serie A with Giallorossi losing out in the final minute in a crunch tie against Bologna last weekend. They are now firmly rooted to the bottom of top flight.



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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 21 2009

Time: 5:44PM

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I'd never heard of him, but it seems clear that the manager isn't signing the players... we don't have one yet!
Boxer
Good point. Wonder who it is that's picking our potential new players ? My money's on Flavio. Do you think Ranieri might like a return to West London now that he's unemployed ?
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