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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Dec 24, 2012

Taarabt claims talks with AC Milan

Wantaway QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt has revealed that his agent is in talks with Milan, but admitted he would only use a move to the San Siro as a stepping stone to Barcelona or Real Madrid.

Adel Taarabt is enjoying being back in the limelight for QPR
Adel Taarabt is keen to secure a move away from London

Taarabt, 23, has been angling for a January move away from Loftus Road, despite impressing amid a poor start to the season, and claimed earlier this month that Barcelona and Russian side Anzhi were tracking him.

Now, however, the Moroccan has turned his attentions to Serie A and AC Milan - who will be looking for a new midfielder if they decide to sell Robinho and fail to land PSG’s Javier Pastore - and is already in talks over a move.

“I would only refuse offers from the big English clubs, if Milan made me an offer,” Taarabt told Gazzetta dello Sport. “My agent is in talks with [Milan vice-president Adriano] Galliani, but it depends on what happens with Robinho and Pastore.”

In a move that is unlikely to impress the Milan fans, Taarabt then claimed that a transfer to the San Siro would only be a stepping stone in order to get himself noticed by the real powerhouses of world football.

“Milan aren’t going through a glorious period now, and they’re no longer a part of the top clubs,” said Taarabt. “However, if I joined Milan then it would open up the doors for me to great clubs like Real Madrid and Barca.

“My friend [Kevin Prince] Boateng is also at Milan. When we were at Tottenham he was often in the stands, so I think that I have a chance too.”

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