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Mbia attracting Dubai interest

QPR have confirmed interest from Dubai clubs in on-loan midfielder Stephane Mbia.

Last Updated: 08/01/14 at 14:15 Post Comment

Stephane Mbia: Attracting interest

Stephane Mbia: Attracting interest

The 27-year-old switched to Spanish side Sevilla on loan in the summer, where he has made 14 appearances so far this term.

Mbia is out of contract in the summer and QPR boss Harry Redknapp would like to sell him.

Redknapp would also like to offload high-earning keeper Julio Cesar, who has played just once for the Hoops this term, and midfielder Ji-Sung Park, currently on loan at former club PSV Eindhoven.

The QPR boss told the Fulham Chronicle: "We've had some interest in Mbia.

"A couple of clubs from Dubai have been on about him. I don't think he's been playing regularly at Sevilla.

"I don't know what deals the chairman did, we need to sell them really. The keeper needs to go because he's a big earner."

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