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Clubs Tussle For M'Vila

YANN M'Vila has courted the interest of several clubs - will he join Loic Remy at QPR?

Harry Redknapp has proven himself at being very adept in the transfer window - the window itself is synonymous with the QPR boss hanging out of his car denying deals to reporters - only to force them through days later.

Loic Remy appeared to be dead in the water with Newcastle United rolling out the red carpet, with a medical and press conference all-but arranged. Redknapp's wizardry in the window convinced Remy to come to W12, and more of the same will be required for M'Vila.

The Rennes midfielder is highly regarded and there has been no shortage of interest despite his 'bad boy' attitude. Everton have emerged as the latest candidates for his signature as Harry remains tight-lipped.

£7m is the reported figure for the Frenchman, while Rennes were reportedly turning down bids in excess of double this figure last year. It would be quite a coup for Rangers who must now tussle with the Toffees for his capture.

Other reports suggests that relegation rivals Reading and neighbours Fulham could also be in the frame, as Redknapp offers QPR as a stepping stone to stardom to both the captures Remy and the prospective inclusion of M'Vila.

Inclusions must mean inevitable departures and Djibril Cissé could be on his way to Qatar for what will undoubtedly be a pay day of his own - failing to recreate the magic of last season and fire QPR clear of a perilous position in the Premier League.




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Date:Thursday January 17 2013

Time: 12:32PM

 

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