Queens Park Rangers want Tony Pulis to replace Harry Redknapp?

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis smiles prior to the Barclays Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Hull City at Selhurst Park on January 28, 2014
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Queens Park Rangers are reportedly planning to appoint Tony Pulis as manager if Harry Redknapp does not turn the club's form around in their next two games.

Queens Park Rangers have reportedly identified Tony Pulis as a potential replacement for Harry Redknapp if the current manager is unable to turn around the club's form in the Premier League.

The Hoops currently sit bottom of the Premier League, having won just one match since returning to the top flight by winning last season's Championship playoffs.

According to the Daily Mail, club owner Tony Fernandes has given Redknapp two more games to prove that he is the right man to inspire a change in fortunes, but will look appoint former Crystal Palace and Stoke City boss Pulis if QPR's struggles continue.

Pulis took over at Palace in the first half of last season, guiding the club out of the relegation zone and to an 11th-place finish before being named manager of the year, but quit just before the start of the 2014-15 campaign.

QPR resume their Premier League season when they face Aston Villa on Monday evening.

Queens Park Rangers' Malaysian chairman Tony Fernandes taken on December 15, 2012
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