No approach from Leeds United for Hill

QPR have not received an approach from Leeds United for defender Clint Hill.

Leeds manager Neil Warnock, who signed Hill for Rangers, would like to take him to Elland Road and was reported to be looking to do so this month.

But Hill, 34, has played an important role at centre-back under Harry Redknapp, skippering the team despite club captain Ji-sung Park’s return to action.

Redknapp is preparing for Ryan Nelsen’s departure for Toronto and has indicated that he will not listen to offers for the likes Hill and Shaun Derry – also linked with Leeds in recent weeks – before the end of the season.

The Rangers boss is keen to offload a number of fringe players, with Besiktas reported to be interested in Loftus Road outcast Jose Bosingwa.

And there has been an enquiry from French club Lille about striker Djibril Cisse, who may well move on during the transfer window.

But so far DJ Campbell has attracted the only concrete interest, with several clubs keen to sign the striker if Redknapp decides to let him go.

Campbell scored 10 goals during a recent loan spell at Ipswich and the Suffolk side are hoping to capture him on a permanent basis.

Redknapp explained: “There’s been nothing really. The only one I’ve had people ring me up about is DJ Campbell.

“There are about six or seven Championship clubs who want to sign him. I’m pleased he’s back here now and we’ll see what happens.”

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