Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that he would be interested in bringing Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah on loan, as reported by the Daily Express.
However, the former Tottenham Hotspur manager admits that he does not believe Salah is available on a temporary deal until the end of the season.
The Egyptian forward has struggled for opportunities since moving to Stamford Bridge almost a year ago, and he has failed to make any impact of note in the time on the pitch that has been granted to him.
He is behind the likes of Willian, Oscar and Andre Schurrle in the pecking order, with fellow winger Eden Hazard a guaranteed starter on the left flank.
As a result, it is expected that he will leave Chelsea this month, with Inter Milan also thought to be keen on signing him.
While Redknapp has admitted that he is keen on signing Salah, he does not believe he’s available on loan.
“I don’t think Chelsea would loan him, I’ve never asked for him. I’ve never thought about him until it was mentioned now.
“He’s a very good player but I don’t think we’ll get him on loan.”