Loftus Road side to make bid for Craven Cottage pair.
QPR are planning a January raid on neighbours Fulham for strikers Andy Johnson and Bobby Zamora.
The Daily Mail says the Rs are set to launch a cut-price £1million bid to sign Johnson in January, while they are keeping a close eye on the feud between Zamora and manager Martin Jol.
Johnson and Zamora – who both scored in Fulham’s 6-0 demolition of QPR last Sunday – do not see eye-to-eye with their Dutch manager.
QPR will do well to persuade their near neighbours to sell them their top top striking weapons but clearly boss Neil Warnock feels that adding to his striker options will greatly improve the club’s chances of retaining their Premier League status.
Thus far this season the newly promoted Loftus Road side have managed just five goals in seven games and the good form shown by Andy Johnson and Bobby Zamora has alerted Warnock who has the full financial backing of chairman Tony Fernandez who helped finance moves to bring the likes of Joey Barton, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Armand Traore over the summer.
Martin Jol appears to have rubbed some of his side up the wrong way but given that Fulham have lost just once in seven games in all competitions it seems that any ill feeling hasn’t effected performances after a shaky start to the campaign.
Johnson has netted nine already this season and Zamora has contributed with goals and assists that helped the England man break back into the national team set-up.