Newly promoted Queen Park Rangers are believed to have made a move to sign free agent Bafetimbi Gomis, with talks ongoing in order to bring him to the Premier League, Mirror reports.
Putting a £70,000-a-week offer on the table, Harry Redknapp hopes to lure the now former Lyon hit-man to the club amid mass interest from Newcastle United, Sunderland, and Swansea.
Gomis ran down his previous contract at the French side after he admitted his interest in wanting a move to play in the English top tier.
Both the Black Cats and the Swans have recently been asking about the availability of the player, while Newcastle have been tracking his situation for quite some time with Loic Remy returning back to QPR.
He is still considering his options but Redknapp will surely want him to be part of the squad next season, with Remy looking very likely to leave after become a prime target for the bigger clubs after his performances.