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QPR target De Guzman move

Queens Park Rangers are closing in the signing of former Swansea midfielder Jonathan De Guzman, Sky Sports understands.

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Jonathan De Guzman: Target for Queens Park Rangers

Jonathan De Guzman: Target for Queens Park Rangers

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Holland international De Guzman is back at Villarreal after a successful two-year spell on loan at Swansea.

Swansea boss Garry Monk recently revealed he is not expecting de Guzman to return to the Liberty Stadium and Queens Park Rangers are now thought to be leading the chase for his signature.

Loftus Road manager Harry Redknapp is looking to bolster his midfield options and he is thought to be a big admirer of De Guzman.

The 26-year-old is thought to be keen on returning to England and QPR are hoping to lure the Dutchman to Loftus Road.

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