QPR eye Mohamed Diame & Younousse Sankhare.

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The Evening Standard are reporting that Harry Redknapp is eyeing up moves for West Ham's Mohamed Diame and EA Guingamp's Younousse Sankhare.

Redknapp has already completed the signings of defenders of Rio Ferdinand, Mauricio Isla and Steven Caulker, as well as midfielder Jordan Mutch in the transfer window so far.

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The Evening Standard are reporting that the Queens Park Rangers have already met Diame's £3.5 million release clause in his West Ham contract.

Mohamed Diame joined the Hammers' in 2012 and still has one year left on his current deal in east London. 

Diame has made 68 Premier League appearances for the Hammers, eight of which he has come on as a substitute. He moved from Wigan Athletic where he impressed, making 96 appearances for the Latics, scoring five goals.

Redknapp is also reported as eyeing up a move for Sankhare. The 24-year-old played six years of his youth career in the French capital for Paris Saint Germain.

Sankhare played 33 games in the PSG's first team, scoring one goal in the process. He joined French side Guingamp in 2013 and helped them to win the French Cup in the 2013/14. 

However, the Evening Standard are reporting that Guingamp have rejected Redknapp's initial offer for Sankhare, but Queens Park Rangers are set to return with a higher bid for the midfielder.  

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