QPR manager Harry Redknapp has revealed that he’s willing to bring in players from any area of the world during January.
The Super Hoops endured a tough start to the Premier League season, leaving them rooted to the foot of the table and five points from safety.
Redknapp is widely reported to be considering multiple signings in a bid to steer the club away from the drop, and has revealed that he’s monitoring targets from all across the globe:
“I’ll be flying all round the world to try to get one or two players if I can. That’s the key.
“We need to improve the squad. I’ll be doing everything I can to do that.
“We have to do business somewhere even if it’s loans. We are short in certain areas. The team needs picking up.”
He is said to be chasing Marseille striker Loic Remy as well as fellow Frenchman Yann M’Vila.
Meanwhile striker DJ Campbell has returned to Loftus Road following a successful loan spell with Ipswich and Redknapp believes that he will contribute heavily following his appearance in their draw with West Brom:
“I’ve had seven or eight clubs in for DJ Campbell from the Championship,
“He gives everything. I like him a lot as a lad. He has got a good attitude. He will be handy for us. I wish I had had him here a month ago.”