It is understood Championship side Queens Park Rangers will be scouting Socceroos midfielder Mark Milligan against Iraq on Tuesday.
Mark Milligan will reportedly be watched closely by a representative from Championship side Queens Park Rangers this Tuesday night against Iraq, with QPR manager Harry Redknapp reportedly keen on snaring the signature of the Melbourne Victory man. It is also believed a yet to be named Bundesliga club is interested in Milligan.
Milligan, who has performed well for the Socceroos of late had just turned down a $2 million offer from UAE side Baniyas to stay in Melbourne, saying he was not interested in a move to Asia.
While he is settled in Melbourne with his family, the lure of European football might prove a different matter for Milligan who was once in line for a spot at Arsenal until the deal fell through.
Speaking to Fox Sports Milligan-s agent Buddy Farah said that if the offer was right his client would consider it.
“Mark-s very happy at Melbourne and should an offer come in from Europe that we believed suited him we could be interested, but we-re not chasing anything, it-s all coming to us,” Farah said.
Any move for Milligan would be subject to a transfer fee to Victory as Milligan still has two years left on his contract there.