Craven Cottage star wanted by all and sundry.
QPR have made the first move for Bobby Zamora following a rift between the 30-year-old Fulham striker and manager Martin Jol.
Sunderland and Aston Villa are also interested, but QPR would match, or even increase, Zamora’s current £45,000-a-week wage. The £10million wanted could be a snag.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
Whilst England international Bobby Zamora may not be everyone’s cup of tea there is no denying that the big striker does what he does, well. He is an archetypal target man and an old fashioned centre-forward who has steadily improved as a player since his dark spell at Tottenham.
Martin Jol and Zamora have reportedly fallen out and January is just around the corner and given that Andy Johnson may well be handed a new contract by the West London club then a bid for the 30 year old striker may well be considered by Fulham.
Zamora has netted 27 goals in his last 77 starts, which is a pretty decent record, a record that has helped him into Fabio Capello’s reckoning and perhaps the London born striker feels a move may help secure a spot in the Euro 2012 squad?
Sunderland and QPR could certainly do with alternative attacking options whilst Aston Villa, though not the most prolific scorers, do have the likes of Gabriel Agbonlahor and Darren Bent to call upon.