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Queens Park Rangers are reportedly weighing up a move for out of favour Tottenham striker Robbie Keane according to The Sun.

The 31-year-old Republic of Ireland international is being lined up for a season-long loan move by Hoops boss Neil Warnock, after it emerged the west Londoner would be sticking to a shoestring spending budget this summer.

Having already snapped up the likes of Jay Bothroyd, Kieron Dyer and Danny Gabbidon on free transfers, Warnock will now move for the want-away Spurs striker who is looking to end his stay at White Hart Lane.

"They've made it clear to me we've got to try and get value for money and not to spend transfer fees," he confirmed. "Look at the players I've brought in, Kieron and Jay - it's not all doom and gloom."


Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has maintained that Keane still has a future in north London, but his increasingly limited playing time for Spurs would seem to suggest otherwise.

It is believed he would favour a move west with a view to playing more regular first-team football at QPR, in order to prolong his international career for as long as possible.

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