QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt has announced that he wants to leave the club in January and has even declared that it is solely for financial reasons.
The highly talented midfielder was the clubs star performer as QPR gained automatic promotion to the Premier League and was linked with a host of clubs in the summer.
The former Spurs midfielder shone in the Championship but has struggled to repeat his performances in the Premiership and has once again fallen out with manager Neil Warnock.
Taarabt had previously claimed that the likes of Manchester United and Real Madrid were interested in signing him, but has attitude is sure to put off a number of managers.
The creative midfielder was subbed just after half time as QPR were drubbed 6-0 by Fulham at the weekend, with Taarabt reportedly storming out of the ground without speaking to Warnock.
Now the Morocco international has claimed that he wanted out the club, stating that it is purely because he feels he can earn more money away from Loftus Road.
"I want to leave QPR during the January transfer window. It is for financial reasons," claimed Taarabt.
QPR have become fed up with the players antics and could consider selling the midfielder who was linked with a £13million move to PSG in the summer.
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