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Harry Redknapp has washed his hands of all involvement in QPR's transfer negotiations because of the "gang warfare" among agents which he compared to Glasgow's infamous "Ice Cream Wars".

Redknapp has been largely frustrated in his bid to sign new players this month, with Tal Ben-Haim and Loic Remy the only two fresh faces to arrive at the west London club during the transfer window.

Redknapp felt a large part of the problem for QPR has been the actions of football agents, who are scrapping to get the biggest pay day possible before the window shuts. "This transfer window, I have never seen anything like it. Every agent seems to be trying to screw each other," the QPR boss said ahead of Tuesday's game against Manchester City.

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