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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Briatore: Football League Waiting for "Formal Clarification"... Loan Reportedly Agreed: Hull's Daniel Cousins to QPR

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Skysports - QPR agree Cousin deal
Striker poised for Loftus Road move

Skysports.com can confirm Queens Park Rangers have agreed a loan deal with Hull for Daniel Cousin.
- Cousin has found himself out of favour at Hull, making just three appearances all season.

The former Rangers striker is keen on a move away in search of regular first-team football and Championship side QPR are ready to take him to Loftus Road.

Rangers boss Paul Hart is keen to bring in a new forward and he is ready to conclude a deal for Cousin, who is currently away at the African Cup of Nations with Gabon.

His agent Willie McKay has confirmed a deal has been agreed between both clubs and that Cousin is looking forward to making the switch to Loftus Road.

"The two clubs have agreed a loan deal for Daniel," McKay told skysports.com.

"Paul Hart has spoken to Daniel and he is keen to bring him to Loftus Road.

"Daniel is away with Gabon as he is captain of his country, but he is happy to make the move to QPR.

"He wants to be playing football regularly and he feels this is a good move for him as they are an ambitious club." Skysports

Nigel Quashie's Wages
Milton Keynes Today:
"Dons have said they are keen to extend the loan of Nigel Quashie, which has now expired. But it seems the West Ham man may be bound for a move to the Championship club where his career began - QPR.
QPR boss Paul Hart is said to be keen to take the midfielder to Loftus Road. They would be able to meet his wage demands, with Quashie on a reported £20,000 a week at Upton Park..." Milton Keynes Today

- "A QPR spokesperson said: “There are now no issues as he has been declared a fit and proper person in his own sport.”" Evening Standard

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