- Date of Birth: 28 March 1984
- Birthplace: Créteil, Créteil, France
- Position: Defender
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their transfer record to sign Christopher Samba in January 2013 and sold him six months later after being relegated from the Premier League?
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Congo international defender Christopher Samba is a target for both Newcastle and West Ham as the Dynamo Moscow defender is reportedly returning a third spell in England with a move during the January transfer window.
Queen's Park Rangers' 27 year old Cameroon midfielder Stephane M'bia has signed for Spanish club Sevilla on a season long loan.
Newcastle United will make a move for French striker Loic Remy this summer. Alan Pardew wants to bolster his strike force with a move for the QPR striker, who is eager to leave the Championship side.
Queens Park Rangers are in pole position to secure the signature of Anzhi defender Christopher Samba. The former Blackburn centre back has a release clause in his contract worth £10 million.
Queens Park Rangers have now confirmed their interest in Stoke City striker Peter Crouch and Anzhi defender Christopher Samba.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean is looking forward to welcoming back want away defender Christopher Samba. The burly centre back requested a transfer away from Ewood Park during the January transfer window, but has since been told he will have to stay at the club.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean today admitted that legal action could be a possibility as it appears defender Christopher Samba is unwilling to play for his club. The manager admitted that there is a possiblity they will take their defender to court.
Blackburn defender Christopher Samba has been left out of the squad for the match with Arsenal at the Emirates this weekend. Rovers' manager Steve Kean confirmed that Samba would not be available for the crucial Premier League clash.
Blackburn Rovers defender Christopher Samba has demanded that he be allowed to quit Ewood Park in favour of a move elsewhere. The centre back has been persistently linked with a move away from Rovers.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean insists that star centre back Christopher Samba will not be leaving this month, despite talk of a mega money move to Premier League rivals Queens Park Rangers for 7 million.
Blackburn defender Scott Dann has demanded talks with manager Steve Kean, and is believed to be unhappy at Ewood Park and looking for a move elsewhere. Blackburn's lowly position in the league appears to be some way off the promises given to Dann when he joined from Birmingham City last summer.
Queens Park Rangers' and Stoke City's offers for Blackburn midfielder Steven N'Zonzi have both been rejected. The French under-21 midfielder has been a revelation for Steve Kean's side this year, and his form has sparked talk of a move away from Ewood Park.
Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes has admitted that he still holds an interest in Blackburn defender Christopher Samba. The former Hertha Berlin defender is reportedly unhappy at Ewood Park and looking for a move away.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean revealed Christopher Samba had been left out of the squad for the 3-1 over Fulham with stomach illness, and not because of an imminent transfer departure.
Blackburn have left defender Christopher Samba has been left out of the squad amidst growing speculation the defender will quit Ewood Park shortly.
Christopher Samba is planning to quit Blackburn at the next available opportunity, as he becomes increasingly frustrated with life at the Premier League strugglers. Samba has been linked with moves to PSG, Arsenal and QPR in recent weeks.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean remains tight lipped on his plans for the January transfer window. It is understood that Kean is resigned to losing starlet Junior Hoilett this month; but is waiting till that deal is complete before making any offers.
Queens Park Rangers are understood to have made their first official offer for Blackburn defender Christopher Samba, believed to be worth around 6.25m GBP. QPR manager Mark Hughes has put Samba and Didier Drogba at the top of his wishlist.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean has no plans to sell star duo Christopher Samba and Aiyegbeni Yakubu. Both have been on form this year for Rovers and have been linked with January transfer window exits.
Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock wants to bring five new players to Loftus Road to ensure Premier League survival. Rangers have already had an offer rejected for Blackburn defender Christopher Samba.