Found July 12, 2013 on Soccerlens:
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Javior Saviola in talks with Queens Park Rangers - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Ex-Malaga striker Javier Saviola is reportedly in talks with newly-relegated Championship side Queens Park Rangers. The two parties are said to be thrashing out a deal, but have yet to confirm the news. The Argentine international is currently a free transfer after being released by Malaga, and the London side are said to be the favourites to procure the 31-year old’s signature. ‘Javier is more than keen on linking up with Harry Redknapp. He knows his teams play good football and the chance of helping QPR to promotion is genuinely appealing to him. Javier’s next move is not about the finances, he wants a footballing challenge and England gives him that.’ – A source close to Javier Saviola who spoke to Sky Sports. Signed by Malaga on a free transfer in 2012, the Argentine made 36 appearances last season, scoring nine goals. Queens Park Rangers regard the striker as an ideal choice with the vast a...
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