Weir happy with Blades progress
Sun, 14 Jul 2013 12:42:00
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Adel Taarabt admits he would jump at the chance to secure a move to Marseille.
Sky Sports revealed on Saturday that QPR may be willing to let the Morocco international leave on loan this summer.
They are understood to be reluctant on sanctioning a permanent deal, but could be persuaded to let Taarabt spend the 2013/14 campaign away from Loftus Road.
No formal approach for his services has been made as yet, but interest is expected to mount over the coming weeks.
A move to France has been mooted, with Marseille reported to be contemplating a move.
Taarabt hopes the Ligue 1 outfit will enter negotiations, with the 24-year-old claiming to have supported the club in his younger days.
He told Le Parisien: "The club of my heart? OM. I have not had a direct contact, but my friend Joey Barton has told everyone at the club about me.
"If OM want me, I'm going. My sisters still live in Marseille. This is the first club I supported."
The Blades came from a goal down at half-time to see off the Shakers - managed by former boss Kevin Blackwell - 3-1 at Gigg Lane on Saturday thanks to goals from Jasper Johns, Jamie Murphy and Stephen McGinn.
"There are a lot of positives, there are areas to work but I am generally happy with what has gone on," Weir told the club's official website.
"We are getting our ideas across of how we want them to play and the greatest thing is that the lads are buying into what we are trying to do.
"The signs are good for us but there is a long way to go."