QPR chase Nadir Belhadj move
Queens Park Rangers are considering a move for Nadir Belhadj. The Algerian international played for Portsmouth during 2008 until 2010, and has unfinished business in the Premier League.
Belhadj had been impressive whilst playing for Portsmouth in the Premier League, but was unable to help them stay in the top flight.
Queens Park Rangers are reportedly very keen to bring Belhadj to Loftus Road in January.
"My contract here expires in June 2013," Belhadj told skysports.com.
"For me I have unfinished business with the Premier League. I loved my time at Portsmouth.
"Yes, we got relegated but we played in the final of an FA Cup and we almost won that cup. We missed a penalty before Chelsea scored the winning goal.
"I have a contract here as I said so if a club want me they have to agree a fee with Al-Sadd and I will talk with them, but all players love the Premier League, I am no different."