Queens Park Rangers keen on Ben Foster

Ben Foster
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Mark Hughes looks to bring Birmingham's Ben Foster to Queens Park Rangers.

Queens Park Rangers are interested in bringing Birmingham goalkeeper Ben Foster to Loftus Road, according to reports.

Hoops boss Mark Hughes is understood to consider the former Manchester United keeper among his main targets after replacing Neil Warnock at the club last week. The Welshman is believed to be willing to offer up to £5m for his services, according to The People.

Foster, who is on a season-long loan at West Brom, will be allowed to leave the Hawthorns if the London club are able to offer enough to convince Chris Hughton's outfit to sell the former England international.

Current QPR keeper Paddy Kenny's position at the club is up in the air following the arrival of Hughes and company.

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