Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has revealed that his side is looking for a new striker during this month, in order to fight against relegation.
With Saturday’s 2-0 defeat to Manchester United at Loftus Road has left the Hoops in the relegation zone, and the 67 year old manager has targeted another forward for Premier League survival fight.
Redknapp told reporters: “I spoke to Tony on Friday. We are looking for a loan, we need a striker. I’ve got Bobby (Zamora) and I’ve got Charlie (Austin), I’ve only got two strikers. But, I need another front man really.”
QPR are currently sit second from the last in the league table with just 19 points and ready to visit Stoke City in two weeks.