Craven Cottage forward linked with Loftus Road move.
Sky Sports understands Queens Park Rangers are trying to strike a deal for Fulham striker Bobby Zamora.
Zamora’s future at Fulham has been the subject of speculation for some time due to an alleged uneasy relationship with Martin Jol.
QPR chief Mark Hughes is keen to bolster his attacking options before the close of the transfer window and is a big admirer of Zamora having worked with him during his time in charge of Fulham.
Talks are thought to be taking place between both clubs as QPR look to bring the striker Loftus Road.
SOURCE: Sky Sports
With QPR struggling for goals and Bobby Zamora having a strained relationship with Fulham boss Martin Jol, this short distance move may well suit all concerned. Mark Hughes is getting the financial backing of Loftus Road chairman Tony Fernandes and having brought in Nedum Onouha earlier this month now it seems other new names are on their way to the West London club.
Former Brighton, Tottenham and West Ham man Zamora is on the fringes of the England national team set-up and may well harbour some hope of a spot in Fabio Capello’s Euro 2012 squad and a move to QPR may help kickstart a season that has been more miss than hit.
The 30 year old has been in and out of the Fulham side this season but has still managed seven goals in all competitions. QPR have been heavily dependent on veteran Icelandic international Heidar Helguson this term and could well do with an extra attacking option as the likes of Jay Bothroyd, Jamie Mackie and DJ Campbell have failed to make a goal-scoring impact thus far during the current campaign.