Crouch refuses to rule out QPR move


Peter Crouch

Tottenham striker Peter Crouch has revealed that he would not rule out a move to QPR.

Crouch has fond memories of his time at Loftus Road after joining in a £60,000 deal from Spurs in 2000.

If Crouch was to return it would have to be on reduced financial terms.

“I’ve got a lot of affection for the club, and loved playing down there when I was young,” said the Spurs striker. “I certainly wouldn’t rule out ever playing for QPR again.

“They deserved to win the Championship but with the level in the Premier League they will have to buy a few players and hope some of those players who got them up adapt quickly.

“It’s so difficult because every year the teams who come up are expected to go down. Hopefully they do it. They’ve got good resources and can hopefully add to the squad they’ve got.”

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  1. Whilst I dont want to see Crouch starting for Tottenham. It would be a waste to sell him as he is the perfect sub going into the latter stages of his career.

    Both for attacking and defending leads. If harry stopped starting him we would be happy.

    • Absolutely right. Crouch is a great FOURTH choice and late sub. Surely we wouldn't get much for him either.

      Perhaps it would be better to sell Defoe and/or Pav (obviously Keane is now completely shot and just a drain on wages and must go) and bring in younger or just simply better (even if older) players. Our strikers desperately need overhauling, perhaps one for now (like forlan or someone of his ilk) and one for the near future (sooner than Souleymane).


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