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Faurlín In Demand

ALEJANDRO Faurlín is today being linked with several clubs in the build up to the January transfer window

The Argentinean has caught the eye with a string of outstanding displays in the Premier League which has alerted north London duo Tottenham Hotpsur and Arsenal.

Inter Milan - the side that missed out on his signature when Rangers pounced back in 2009 - are also tracking the highly-rated playmaker according to goal.com.

The 25-year-old midfielder is closing in on 100 apperances for QPR, during which he has netted five times.

Form of this nature has sparked rumours that Faurlín could also be closing on his first international call-up - he is yet to get the nod from head coach Alejandro Sabella.




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Date:Tuesday November 22 2011

Time: 12:45PM

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Noooooo. He would be a much bigger loss than Taarabt. IMO
dustman
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22/11/2011 12:53:00

This would be disastrous to lose him - a top top talent.
boxer
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22/11/2011 12:58:00

Our best player by a mile, we have to keep him.
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22/11/2011 13:06:00

 

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