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27/09/2011 - 23:00 BST

Lazio Interested in Adel Taarabt but with Price Concern


Wednesday, 28th September, 2011



Lazio are pondering a move for Queens Park Rangers playmaker Adel Taarabt, but remain concerned over just how much they would need to pay to take him to the Italian capital.

Taarabt is admired by Lazio and the club’s president Claudio Lotito is thought to have kept a close eye on his progress at Loftus Road.

The Serie A side though have watched as first Paris Saint-Germain and more recently Sevilla, have begun to plot January moves for the 22-year-old – and this has seen an alarming estimate of how much QPR would demand reflected upon in Rome.


Lazio are well aware that if it comes to a transfer shoot-out with PSG or Sevilla, they would be extremely unlikely to be able to match not just the fee to be paid to QPR, but the personal terms on offer to the Moroccan too.

However, should PSG and Sevilla hold back from bidding in January, Lotito’s side may try their luck, hoping to snare a bargain.

Taarabt is under contract with QPR until 2013 and is still seen as a key player by the London club in their fight against relegation.

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