Faurlin: Taarabt won't leave

QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin believes that Adel Taarabt will turn down a move from Loftus Road in January.

Last Updated: 15/11/12 at 12:13 Post Comment

Taarabt: Subject to reported interest from Arsenal

Taarabt: Subject to reported interest from Arsenal

The Moroccan midfielder's performances in recent weeks have led to reports that Arsenal are interested in bringing the attacking midfielder to the Emirates.

Argentinian Faurlin admits that it would be a huge blow for QPR to lose Taarabt, but feels that any approach would be rejected by the player.

"Adel is a very important player for us," Faurlin told the Fulham Chronicle.

"It would be a huge blow for us if he leaves, but I don't think he will.

"Everybody needs to be pulling in the same direction, and if that happens everything else will be taken care of. Adel loves it at QPR."

QPR are yet to win a Premier League game this season, and sit five points from safety.

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