Faurlin keeps options open

Alejandro Faurlin admits he would be happy to sign a new deal at Queens Park Rangers but is keeping his options open.

Last Updated: 11/10/13 at 15:43 Post Comment

Latest Articles

Transfer news: Wesley Sneijder can leave Galatasaray for 20m euros

3 comments

Galatasaray say they would be powerless to prevent Wesley Sneijder leaving if they receive an offer of 20million euros.

Transfer news: Eintracht Frankfurt want former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner

Post comment

Eintracht Frankfurt have confirmed they have made an offer for former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner.

All Articles

Alejandro Faurlin: Keeping his options o

Alejandro Faurlin: Keeping his options o

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Alejandro Faurlin admits he would be happy to sign a new deal at the club, but is confident he would find another club if he left Loftus Road.

Faurlin is in the final year of his contract at Rangers and as yet there have been no talks over an extension.

The Argentine spent the second half of last season on loan at Palermo, but he has won his place in Harry Redknapp's plans this season.

Faurlin concedes QPR will decide whether or not he remains at Loftus Road, admitting he is happy to stay in England should he fail to be offered a new deal.

"This is my last year, but it's not my decision," Faurlin told the Fulham Chronicle.

"I try to do my best and I look forward to staying in England, and I can say I have played 120 games here. People know you if you play long enough in England.

"At 27 you want to be relaxed, with a contract, and not in the last year. But if I play my part, it will not be a problem finding a club. If you are not playing you try to go somewhere else - that is normal."

Faurlin added: "If they ask me to sign I will sign without a doubt

"I am not the sort of player to wait and see what happens, because you never know what will happen.

"I don't like to gamble. I like where I am, working hard and showing the manager that I want to be part of things."


New Sky Bet customers: Claim free £5 bet every week


Football365 Facebook Fan Page

The Football365 fan page is a great place to meet like minded people, have football related discussions and make new friends.

Footer 365

World Cup: Louis van Gaal says two Netherlands players refused to take first penalty against Argentina

Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal claims none of his players wanted to take the first penalty against Argentina.

World Cup: Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella thinks Germany are favourites for Sunday's final

​Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella thinks a well-rested Germany will have the advantage in Sunday's World Cup final.

World Cup: Penalty joy for Argentina as they beat Netherlands to reach final

Argentina overcame Netherlands on penalties after a 0-0 draw to set up a meeting with Germany in the World Cup final.

Mail Box

Do England Need Scholes, Lineker Etc?

They've all got ideas about where things are going wrong, so why don't they step up and help? Plus, we have lots of fall-out from the dullness of Holland v Argentina...

Mails: Are Footballers Just Big Kids?

That's what the mailbox thinks, with Brazil's players showing a lack of responsibility in their 7-1 thrashing by Germany. Plus, more on Ozil and the importance of passion...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property