Friday, 15 April 2011

QPR slap £10million price tag on Real Madrid target Adel Taarabt

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IF REAL Madrid really want QPR’s Adel Taarabt – they can have him – but it will cost the European superstars £10million.
Rangers boss Neil Warnock revealed for the first time last night he would be willing to sell his star striker – and reckoned speculation linking the mercurial talent with a move away was set to rage all summer.
He said: "Everyone in football has a price – and if someone was willing to come in with that sort of money – you would have to look at it.
"There might be a club, Real or whoever, willing to take a gamble on him, but if you ask me here and now, I think he’ll be with us at the start of next season."
Warnock revealed it was not only fatigue that saw him sub Taarabt in the 1-0 win at Barnsley on Tuesday night – a day after Real were linked with the Moroccan international – it was also the threat he could get sent off.

Taarabt proved the match-winner with the game’s only goal after just 47 seconds – but was then booked and lucky to stay on after a wild swing of the boot that on another night would have been a straight red.
"He’ll learn," said Warnock, "but he could have been either injured as the tackles came in or sent off if it carried on the way it did in the second half."

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