Adel Taarabt looks set to make his first QPR Premier League start since May 2013 against Sunderland today - while his boss insists he will not be allowed to go out on loan.
The Moroccan international was all but cast into the wilderness a second time pre-season, but was the one bright spark as the lights went out on a Rangers Capital Cup bid midweek.
However, the manager insists the player will not be allowed to leave on loan to AC Milan a second time before the transfer window closes on Monday.
Instead, the Italian giants, will have to cough up the £5million buy-out clause if they want him.
Harry said: “He did ever so well to get though 90 minutes at Burton, and he’ll be involved in this game.
“He’s probably waiting until the last moment for Milan to come and take him on loan. The owners have said that’s not going to happen. He’s got a buy-out clause, but if he finally gets his head right after 26 years, or however old he is, then he’s going to be a great asset to us.”
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