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Sunday, April 27, 2008

The QPR-Real Madrid agreement

Sunday Mirror Rory Smith - Exclusive Football: Real deal to boost Rangers

Real Madrid are set to help turn Queens Park Rangers from Championship also-rans into Champions League material.
The Spanish giants have agreed to send youth team players and reserves to the Loftus Road outfit on loan after a meeting between club co-owner Flavio Briatore and Real supremo Ramon Calderon.
But there is just one catch - QPR have to be promoted to the Premier League before the deal kicks in.
Calderon met Briatore - as well as partner Bernie Ecclestone and chief executive Alejandro Agag - at the start of qualifying for today's Spanish Grand Prix.
He visited the Renault base in the paddock at Montmelo and then had lunch with Agag and the Italian.
And it is thought they have agreed in principle a deal which would allow Real to blood their prospects in the hurly-burly of English football whhttp://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifile giving QPR use of some of the best young talent in Europe.
Real would allow QPR first refusal on stars of the Madrid side's feted youth teams or senior players who find themselves surplus to requirements.
That would mean QPR having access to players of the quality of ex-Liverpool keeper Jerzy Dudek, Argentine international Javier Saviola or Italian striker Antonio Cassano.
Briatore sees the deal as the perfect way to boost QPR's chances of becoming a side capable of challenging for the Champions League places. Sunday Mirror

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