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Defender Ben Haim training with QPR

Israeli defender Tal Ben Haim is training with QPR with a view to a move to Loftus Road ahead of the January transfer window.

Tal Ben Haim was on a reported £36,000 a week at Portsmouth
Tal Ben Haim has been without a club since leaving Portsmouth

New Rangers manager Harry Redknapp said Ben Haim, 30 - without a club since leaving Portsmouth during the summer - could link up with the west Londoners, who are currently without a Premier League win.

He said: "I am having a look at him. He's a good defender, he's a good lad and he has got a great attitude. He looks very fit and I have let him come in and train. We will just see where we go in the next couple of weeks."

Ben Haim, who also had spells at Chelsea and Manchester City, has not played a competitive game since representing Israel in their World Cup qualifying defeat to Russia in September.

Rangers travel to Wigan on Saturday looking for a league victory after 15 games without one, with Redknapp hoping to build on the improved displays that brought draws away to Sunderland and at home to Aston Villa.

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