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No release clause in Zarate QPR deal

Redknapp-Morrison-547933Mauro Zarate will have no recall clause in the loan deal which is likely to see him join Queens Park Rangers!

Harry Redknapp is moving quickly to tie the deal up and under Premier League rules the Irons are not allowed a release clause.

A Hammers source revealed there was no chance of the player coming back to Upton Park should we suffer injury problems over the next few months.

He told ClaretandHugh: “Premier League loans have to be for half a season. Only loans in the lower divisions can be for 30 or 90 days with recalls at the 30 day mark.

That of course was the case when Redknapp took Ravel Morrison (seen above) on loan whilst Rangers were a Championship outfit last season.

Meanwhile, Redknapp commented: “He’s (Zarate) a clever player. “He can open the door. I first came across him when he was at Birmingham quite a few years back. Alex McLeish had him there. 

“Its not done and dusted yet but it is something we are interested in. “We are looking at a couple of loans. We want to get them in as soon as you can because you’ve got five or six games in the month again.”

 

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon
 

One comment on “No release clause in Zarate QPR deal

  1. Just another reason not to let him go,in fact put him in the team today and tell him to do the business, then we won’t need to buy a new striker who can’t score goals and won’t be avaliable for most of two months, plus the two month after that BS says he not match fit.

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