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Queens Park Rangers are looking to strengthen their forward line with an Arsenal youngster while a misfiring striker may be allowed out on loan according to reports today.

Jay Simpson has been the subject of interest around the message boards recently and the Arsenal youngster is the subject of a season-long-loan bid from Rangers according to the London Informer.

They report that Rangers have fended off interest from Premier League Burnley to capture the young starlet for the season.

Meanwhile Rowan Vine could be heading out of the club on a similar deal to one of four interested parties in the Championship.

The striker has yet to score this season being mainly deployed from the bench under Magilton. His partnership with Patrick Agyemang was the mainstay of Luigi De Canio`s era at the club but he has struggled to rekindle the form since his horror leg break at the back end of the 2007-08 season.




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 25 2009

Time: 11:50AM

Your Comments

simpsons a quality player but rumours are roumors! If we were to loan out anyone i think it would have to be rowan- maybe only for a couple of months to a strikerless championship or even a league 1 side for him to find his goalscoring form and then hopefully bring him back to do it for us! Oh yeah, heard a couple of rumours of signing david healy from sunderland- what you thnk?
talktoferg
He'd be a very good signing - totally agree
Boxer
Seems like only yesterday we were saying that not having Vine around was one of the main reasons last season was a flop. I can think of other players I would much rather farm out. This guy needs match time. Hope he plays tonight and scores a bag full !
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