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QPR’s Adel Taarabt Set For Fulham Medical Ahead of Loan: Daily Soccer Report

adel taarabt QPRs Adel Taarabt Set For Fulham Medical Ahead of Loan: Daily Soccer Report

It’s been a busy day at Loftus Road in west London as Queens Park Rangers are set to ship out another one of their players on loan. Loic Remy is headed to Newcastle United for his medical, while attacking midfielder Adel Taarabt is set for a Fulham medical ahead of a loan deal for the Moroccan footballer.

What’s your opinion about this potential deal? Will Martin Jol be able to handle the moody midfielder to get him playing more as a team player instead of a prima donna? Is this a good move for Fulham, or is Jol making the wrong decision here? Share your opinion in the comments section below.

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