Holloway eyeing Cureton reunion?
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The ex-Bristol Rovers manager could be looking to re-unite himself with one of his former strikers in Cureton, who was a key goalscorer during his time with The Pirates.
Cureton has since moved on to the Madejski Stadium but has recently been used sparingly by Royals boss Alan Pardew, with Reading in preparation for the Division One play-offs starting this weekend.
With the Loftus Road club also involved in play-off football in Division Two, a successful campaign may lead Holloway to luring one of his old charges.
However, The Royals' play-off campaign may lead them to Premiership football next term, which would likely see Cureton wanting to stay with the Berkshire outfit.
Meanwhile, QPR have admitted to receiving an offer of £1 million for 25 percent of club shares from millionaire Arab businessman Haleem Kherallah.
The West London outfit are in need of a financial boost, having suffered losses of £6 million over the last two years and having no main sponsor at present.