Queens Park Rangers looking at double deal

QPR look set to continue their recruitment drive, with moves for Shaun Wright-Phillips and Anton Ferdinand in the transfer deadline day pipeline.

The newly promoted side have already signed the likes of Joey Barton, Armand Traore and Luke Young in the last week since Tony Fernandes took control of the club, with the English duo also in the cross-hairs.

Wright-Phillips has become a forgotten man at Manchester City, and is set to be offloaded in a cut-price £3 million deal according to Mirror Football, as Roberto Mancini looks to trim down his squad and it’s wage bill.

The diminutive winger has 36 international caps for England, and at the age of 29 still could play a big part in keeping the Loftus Road club in the English top flight.

Meanwhile, Sky Sports state that Sunderland are willing to sell Ferdinand for as little as £1 million, as the 26-year-old is in the last year of his contract.

The former West Ham defender has been playing in The Black Cats’ first team this season, but with Michael Turner, John O’Shea and Titus Bramble all returning to fitness, the ex-England under-21 player’s time on Wearside could be coming to an end.

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