Queens Park Rangers have made a stunning offer for Barcelona midfielder Alex Song, Daily Star reports.
Harry Redknapp is keen to keep QPR in the Premier League this year and is looking to bring the former Arsenal man to Loftus Road this summer.
The QPR manager believes Song is the perfect player to strengthen his side’s midfield, and is hoping that a loan move will convince the La Liga outfit to let him leave for a year.
However, it is believed Barca prefer to sell the Cameroonian international outright, with several clubs also interested in the 26-year-old’s services.
AC Milan, Inter Milan and Liverpool are all monitoring the situation, with Manchester United also pondering a swoop in the case they fail to sign Juventus’ Arturo Vidal.
Song moved to Barcelona on a £15million fee after starring in the Gunners’ midfield, in which he provided 11 league assists during his final season.
However, like Cesc Fabregas, Song has found it difficult to break into the Baulgrauna first team with the likes of Xavi, Iniesta, and Sergio Busquets ahead of him in the pecking order.
New Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has already deemed Song surplus to requirements, and is expected to leave the Nou Camp before the transfer window closes this month.