Last Updated: Fri, 12 Jul 2013 14:50
QPR are the latest club linked with a move for in-demand Celtic striker Gary Hooper this summer.
Hooper has been the subject of intense speculation over the close season concerning his future at Celtic Park, with Hull and Norwich both so far believed to have failed with offers to land the frontman.
And now reports say Championship new-boys QPR want Hooper as boss Harry Redknapp has identified him as the man to lead his strike-force as he aims to win immediate promotion back to the Premier League in the new season.
However, Hooper is not thought to be keen on plying his trade in the second tier in England and will wait for any more interest from the top flight before making a decision on his future.
Celtic are under no pressure to sell him and boss Neil Lennon will be hoping to retain his services for the new campaign - especially as he has just lost Victor Wanyama, whose £12.5million switch to Southampton went through earlier this week.
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