QPR among the clubs reported to be interested in Salah loan deal

QPR are among the clubs interested in signing Mohamed Salah on loan from Chelsea, the Daily Express say.

Sunderland have recently been linked with Salah who, according to the Express, has held ‘secret’ talks with boss Jose Mourinho over the player’s future.

And it is claimed that QPR, Everton and Stoke are looking to bring Salah in when the transfer window opens.

Meanwhile, reports in Italy suggest there is interest in the 22-year-old Egyptian from Inter Milan, who are said to be keen on an 18-month loan deal with a view to a £9m permanent move.

Salah has been tipped to leave Chelsea next month
Salah has been tipped to leave Chelsea next month

The Express again claim Chelsea are trying to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid.

The Blues are said to have failed with a bid of around £100m to buy the former Tottenham star, who has also been linked with Manchester United.

The Sun reports that the father of Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has been admitted to hospital with a brain condition.

And several of today’s newspapers report QPR’s move to sign forward Mauro Zarate on loan from West Ham.

Yesterday’s West London Sport story: Hammers striker Zarate set for QPR medical

Zarate is due to undergo a medical at QPR on Tuesday
Zarate is due to undergo a medical at QPR on Tuesday

The Daily Mirror reports that Zarate, 27, has accused Hammers boss Sam Allardyce of showing him a lack of respect and suggested he was reluctant to select him because Zarate was signed by chairman David Sullivan.

Zarate is quoted as saying: “I now have the chance to play for a coach who has faith in me and will not allow his personal feelings to get in the way of what is good for the team.

“I respect the other strikers at the club who have done a good job. But I believe my record entitles me to respect and I have not had that from the manager.

“The chairman has confidence in me. I know this because he brought me to the club. But for this reason the manager has refused to play me. He did not want me.”

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