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Kranjcar considers QPR stay

Niko Kranjcar has admitted he would be open to the idea of staying at Queens Park Rangers on a permanent basis.

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Niko Kranjcar: Open to idea of staying at QPR

Niko Kranjcar: Open to idea of staying at QPR

The Croatian international joined QPR on transfer deadline day on a season-long loan deal from Dynamo Kiev.

The 29-year-old has impressed during his short time at Loftus Road and helped Rangers to three wins in his three outings so far for the club.

Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has admitted that he would love to sign Kranjcar on a permanent deal having previously worked with him at Portsmouth and Tottenham.

Kranjcar has now claimed he would consider a permanent switch to QPR if the club want to keep him.

"If the club would want me, then I would stay," Kranjcar is quoted as saying in the Daily Express.

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