Warnock unsure over Taarabt
Neil Warnock admits he is still unsure of Adel Taarabt's future, but insists there have yet to be any bids for the QPR playmaker.
Last Updated: 06/01/12 8:51am
Neil Warnock admits he is still unsure of Adel Taarabt's future, but insists there have yet to be any bids for the Queens Park Rangers playmaker.
Taarabt has struggled to replicate the form he displayed in the Championship for QPR last season during the club's return to the Premier League this term.
The Moroccan, who is heading off to the African Cup of Nations, was a target for Paris St Germain during the summer transfer window and has also been linked with Italian side Napoli.
Warnock recently confirmed that he would be prepared to sell the 22-year-old in January if the club receive a 'realistic' offer for the player.
The QPR boss has been pleased with Taarabt's recent return to form, but acknowledged his future at Loftus Road remains in the balance.
"I just don't know honestly, and it would be fair to say what happens to Adel is in the balance," said Warnock in the Fulham & Hammersmith Chronicle.
"I've not received any firm bids for him, but there is two and a bit weeks to go in the window and we'll have to wait and see.
"I don't think it will matter he's away with Morocco. These days deals can be done easily with modern technology.
"But he's been fantastic for us over the last few games. He knew he had to knuckle down and become more of a team player and he has.
"He's lost weight, looked sharper, and been an all-round better player."
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