Neil Warnock doubts Crouch deal will come to fruition

QPR boss Neil Warnock has just about put an end to rumours linking Peter Crouch with the club, claiming the striker would have to take a considerable pay-cut to re-sign for his former club.

Crouch moved to Queens Park Rangers in 2000 for the modest sum of £60,000. However, his price-tag has risen considerably over the past ten years.

Despite only spending one season at Loftus Road, Crouch states: “I’ve got a lot of affection for the club, and loved playing down there when I was young. I certainly wouldn’t rule out ever playing for QPR again.”

30 year-old Crouch has seen a slump in his success at Tottenham recently and the England international has been linked with a move away.

Despite this news, Neil Warnock remains disparaged regarding the rumours, telling the Fulham Chronicle: “If Crouchy wants to fit into the QPR wage structure, I’d welcome with open arms. But something tells me that isn’t going to happen.”


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