Taarabt's QPR future unclear

Adel Taarabt claims that his future with QPR will be resolved soon following their relegation from the Premier League.

Last Updated: 02/05/13 at 15:46 Post Comment

Adel Taarabt: The Moroccan has already played in the Championship for QPR

Adel Taarabt: The Moroccan has already played in the Championship for QPR

The Moroccan playmaker has previously attracted interest from other clubs, claiming in December that his agent had been in discussions with AC Milan.

Paris St-Germain were also thought to be circling when Taarabt signed a three-year contract extension with QPR in July 2012.

Taarabt is no stranger to English football's second tier, having helped QPR to the Championship title in 2011.

But with QPR's relegation back to the second tier, the possibility of Taarabt leaving the west London club looks stronger than before, although some reports in England claim the club have slapped a £15million price tag on the 23-year-old.

"I do not know if I will leave QPR," Taarabt told the Moroccan media.

"I will speak to the club if they still want to keep me. There was interest in January, in the next three weeks my future will be clear."

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