Redknapp: Faurlin not for sale

Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp says he is not looking to sell Alejandro Faurlin, despite reports claiming the midfielder was likely to leave Loftus Road this month.

Last Updated: 11/01/13 at 13:40 Post Comment

Alejandro Faurlin: QPR boss says midfielder is not for sale

Alejandro Faurlin: QPR boss says midfielder is not for sale

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Speculation surrounding the Argentine's future has been rife, and it emerged this week that Italian club Palermo had seen a bid for the player rejected.

Redknapp was keen to make clear ahead of Saturday's clash with former side Tottenham that he does not want to lose Faurlin.

"I'm not really looking to sell him," said the R's manager.

"He's a smashing boy and a good footballer. He never caused any problems.

"I've spoken to him and unless the situation changes and we sign two or three top, top midfielders, he is part of my plans."

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