QPR to sign Kaxo Mpewilmu.

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Wednesday, 25 January 2012


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Breaking news on Sky Sports.

Sky Sports understands that QPR are in talks with Kaxo Mpewilmu.

The 22 year old Belgian born Gambian wonderkid is currently plying his trade with FC Snagov in the Romanian 2nd tier.

Mark Hughes has a reported £30 million warchest, and a high scoring player is potentially on his shopping list, which is why he may make a move for Mpewilmu.

The Gambian would cost in the region of £5 million, although FC Snagov will be reluctant to sell one of their highest scoring players.

Mpewilmu's Iranian born agent Kia Joorabchian, who lives in Brazil, has not yet confirmed details of the move but Sky Sports believes that the transfer will be completed as soon as a work permit has been approved and the striker is 1-3 on with Sky Bet to score a hat trick against Chelsea this saturday.

More details are expected later today, but until then Charlotte Jackson will be wearing a tight, low cut blouse that shows her nipples and Natalie Sawyer will lick her lips and pout provocatively into the camera.

Both are rumoured to be getting their tits out and showing them exclusively to Sky Sports viewers this afternoon.

Meanwhile, a couple of wankers will be sitting in the canteen throwing scrabble tiles around and coming up with more silly names to wind up QPR fans.

More bollocks as it comes in.

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