Gianfranco Zola has again being linked with the QPR manager’s job, this time by the Daily Telegraph.
Zola, who has managed West Ham and Watford, was recently touted as a possible replacement for Harry Redknapp should the Rangers boss leave at the end of the season.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes is an admirer of the former Chelsea star, who left Watford in December.
And amid reports that Rangers may face financial problems if they do not win promotion, it is claimed that Fernandes is attracted to the fact that Zola has previously been willing to work with what he had rather than make demands.
nothing wrong with Harry. Team playing hard. Some defensive lapses. Need to tighten up. And of course score goals. Playing much better
— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) March 13, 2014
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail say Chelsea striker Fernando Torres could recover from a groin problem in time for next week’s Champions League clash with Galatasaray.
And the Daily Star pick up on reports in the Spanish media that Chelsea’s Marko Marin would like a permanent move to Sevilla, where he is currently on loan.