Neil Warnock says he would drive Adel Taarabt to France if Paris Saint-Germain offered £20 million for the Arsenal target.
Taarabt's future at Loftus Road is unclear amid suggestions he has fallen out with Warnock, and PSG are reported to be monitoring his situation.
Arsenal have also been linked with a swoop for the Moroccan playmaker, but Arsene Wenger is unlikely to enter into a bidding war with mega-rich PSG.
Taarabt has, though, previously said he would be open to joining the Gunners should the opportunity present itself.
Warnock, meanwhile, would happily allow Taarabt to leave the club, if a significant offer was made.
"I would drive him over if [PSG] offered us £20million," said the QPR boss.
"You are never going to change Adel. I don't think we have ever been hunky-dory in our relationship. It is just a different culture that some players have."
Arsenal, meanwhile, are also said to be pursuing Borussia Monchengladbach starlet Marco Reus as Wenger scours the market for midfield reinforcements.
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