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AC Milan move closer to signing QPR star

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Adel Taarabt is poised to join AC Milan on loan, according to the Daily Mail.

The creative midfielder, who is currently on loan from QPR, has struggled to establish himself in the Fulham team and, after a number of poor displays, is set to have his time cut short at Craven Cottage.

Despite having scored only one goal in 16 games for the Cottagers, AC Milan boss Clarence Seedorf is hoping he can revive the Italian giants season.

The temporary move will have the option of becoming permanent in the summer, should Taarabt impress his new boss.

Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen is prepared to let the Moroccan leave, as it now frees up the option to draft in another loan replacement.

Meulensteen said: "There's been interest and we thought it'd be a wise decision to not include him. We'll see how it develops over the next few days."

Dubbed the 'moroccan magician' in the Italian press, Taarabt is known across Europe for his wide array of flicks and tricks; however his attitude has been questioned by former managers.

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