QPR will once again roll the dice this transfer window and gamble for their Premier League survival. Tony Fernandes has splashed the cash before but on players that were coming to the end of their careers and some say looking for their last big pay day out of the naive chairman. He will have to dip into those deep pockets again.
With Harry Redknapp in charge a man known for his wheeling and dealing in the transfer market, QPR must gamble to secure Premier League survival. The wage bill at Loftus Road is one of the highest in England. The likes of Cesar, Bosingwa, Park, Granero, SWP, Remy and of course Barton all on big wages if Rangers do go down and miss the new big money TV deal and it will be a massive blow to the club.
QPR must take the risk to stay in the league Harry Redknapp has improved the attitude of QPR in recent weeks. They have looked more like a team, defending much better and even picked up away wins. They are in fact unbeaten in 2013.
They have been linked to Jake Livermore, Niko Kranjcar and Yann M’Villa. QPR are still after the West Brom pair Jonas Olsson & Peter Odemwingie too, and you would expect Harry will pull off another couple of loan deals by the end of the month. The facts are QPR are still in a mess, but if one man can get them out of it, it’s Redknapp. He must though strengthen the defence, with Ryan Nelson leaving the club at the end of the month QPR have to replace him as he has been the best defender by far.