QPR have slapped a £17million price tag on Ali Faurlin after two Premiership clubs and one from Serie A made enquiries about the midfield maestro this week.
Neil Warnock gave his player an ear-wigging as he left the pitch following Saturday’s 1-1 with West Brom, but the manager last night insisted the Argentine would be the very last player to leave Loftus Road.
Warnock watched tomorrow’s (Saturday) opponents Liverpool lose at Fulham on Monday night and admitted he would fight tooth and nail to keep Faurlin.
“If say, Jordan Henderson is worth what Liverpool paid for him,” the manager told the Chronicle, “then Ali’s got to be worth more than that.
“I said when we gave him an extended deal last year to 2014, he was the best signing I made at QPR, and he would be the very last to leave.”