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Loftus Road boss keen to bolster attack with move for under-used Liberty Stadium forward.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp is plotting a January move for Swansea City striker Danny Graham as he seeks to boost his ailing front line.
The West London side are still without a win and have managed just 13 goals in 16 Premier League matches and Redknapp has earmarked a move for the former Watford man.
The 27 year old Gateshead born striker proved very effective in his first season with the South Wales side, netting 12 goals in 32 Premier League starts to finish as the Swans top scorer. However under Michael Laudrup his Graham’s first team chances have become limited, not least because new signing Michu has started the current campaign so well.
Danny Graham has as a result started just half of Swansea City’s Premier League fixtures this season and may well be considering his future and interest from QPR could tempt the striker into a move to West London.
Swansea City paid £3.5m to bring Graham in from Vicarage Road and it would presumably take a fee in excess of that from QPR in order to entice the Liberty Stadium side into selling the forward.
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