Loftus Road boss keen on Premier League duo.
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QPR boss Hughes targets Villa keeper Given and Wigan forward Moses
Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes wants a summer reunion with goalkeeper Shay Given.
Rangers has made a new keeper a top priority with current No 1 Paddy Kenny expected to leave to be reunited at Leeds United with former manager Neil Warnock.
And Hughes hopes to take advantage of the turmoil at Villa Park by signing 36-year-old Given.
He signed the Republic of Ireland international for Manchester City from Newcastle United in early 2009.
Hughes is also ready to make a £5 million bid for Wigan forward Victor Moses, who has just one year left on his current contract.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
Having seen his side survive the drop to the Championship Mark Hughes is all to aware that the squad he currently has at his disposal is not likely to be enough to prevent relegation next term and as such has set his sights on a couple of top quality affordable additions to his Loftus Road side.
Given the horrendous season Aston Villa have just experienced a move to the capital to reunite with Mark Hughes may well tempt Shay Given though Randy Lerner may have other ideas. If the Midlands club bring in a quality manager then perhaps the Irish keeper will think twice about whether his future lies away from Villa Park.
Victor Moses impressed many with his performances in the second half of last term and as such Roberto Martinez may struggle to keep the former Crystal Palace man at the DW Stadium. A number of other clubs have been linked with the young winger but again a move back to the capital could appeal to the Nigerian international.