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Thursday, May 31, 2007

QPR Transfer Gossip 'Snippets'

From BBC Gossip

Lee Camp's move to QPR is in doubt because of Derby's promotion to the Premiership, with the keeper - who had been on loan at Loftus Road - entitled to a pay rise if he stays with the Rams and the Championship side unable to match such terms. (The Sun)

QPR chairman Gianni Paladini has told Fulham it will take a bid of about £5m to land winger Lee Cook. (Daily Star)

Reading want Watford defender Danny Shittu. (Daily Star) BBC

The Sun - LEE CAMP’S move to QPR is in doubt because of Derby’s promotion to the Premiership.
Rangers hoped to bring the England Under-21 keeper to Loftus Road permanently after a second successful loan spell.
But Camp, 22, is now entitled to an £8,000-a- week pay rise if he stays at Derby and wants some compensation for the wage cut he would take with Rangers.
The Championship side are willing to pay up to £500,000 for Camp but can afford to pay him no more than £4,000 a week. The Sun

Clubcall - Wycombe boss pesters Gregory
Wycombe boss Paul Lambert says he is 'pestering' John Gregory on a daily basis about signing Tommy Doherty from QPR.
Lambert wants to turn Doherty's highly-successful loan spell at Adams Park into a permanent transfer.
But the Chairboys manager has been made aware of other clubs interested in Doherty which may reduce his chances of pulling off a deal.
And Lambert told Wycombe's official website: "I am as keen to get Tommy back here as any of our supporters, but there is plenty of interest in him from other clubs.
"He is a terrific player at this level and was very popular, so if we land him it will be a great signing. Clubcall

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