Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock is on alert after the latest comments coming out with regards to the future of Roma midfielder Rodrigo Taddei.
The 31-year-old has been at the Stadio Olimpico since 2005 and last season he only made 13 appearances for the club whilst this term he has featured just twice.
Taddei is still keen to play regular first-team football and according to his agent Alessandro Lucci, a number of Premier League clubs have shown an interest.
It is felt on of those sides is QPR, chairman Tony Fernandes has promised Warnock between £10million-£15m to spend during the January transfer window.
Warnock believes that Taddei has the experience at the top that will be able to keep QPR in the Premier League come the end of the campaign.
Speaking to TMW, Lucci said: “Will Taddei leave in January? It’s too early to talk about his future, but one thing is certain: Rodrigo has been given very little room despite the fact he is a player who can still give so much more to Roma.
“He is tied to the Giallorossi colours and is in good shape physically. He has everything he needs to do well at Roma, but if the situation remains like this in January then we’ll meet with the club to discuss his future.
“[Paris Saint-Germain] are not the only club interested in Taddei. It’s true he went to Paris, but it was purely on vacation and nothing more.
“He continues to be attractive to many sides in Italy, but above all in England. There are many big European clubs ready to step forward, so we’ll see what happens.”