Jan 28 2013 By Paul Warburton
THE door has been left open for Jose Bosingwa to work his way back into his boss’s affections. The QPR right back blotted his copybook after refusing to sit on the bench against Fulham before Christmas. He was also fined two weeks wages – and has not played since.
The ex-Chelsea defender is available for transfer, but his £50,000-a-week wages have put off available suitors, according to Harry Redknapp.
The manager admits that if nobody wants the Portuguese player (pic), then he will have to consider bringing him back into the fold.
He said: “It’s frustrating, and he could be here for the next two years. Where do I loan him out? He’s played Champions League football, after all.
“He’s a decent player, if he wants to play. He had a problem in the past, but that was the past – but we just move on.
“I can’t say he’s not going to play for two years. If he’s training well and he’s the best right back, I’ll have to consider him, won’t I?”
Redknapp is also trying to get ‘three or four’ new faces in before the transfer window shuts at 11pm on Thursday.
Among those is Toulouse midfielder Etienne Capoué, but the €12 million asking price has stalled talks.
Redknapp admitted: “I watched him again last week, but Capoué is expensive – maybe too expensive for us.
“But I hope there are a few going out. One I’d like to keep is DJ Campbell.
“I’m not over bothered about him going – he’s a good lad, and he’s not one of those I'm looking to shift.”