There is more speculation about Adel Taarabt’s future after his adviser was quoted in the Italian media as saying the player could leave QPR in January, possibly for Serie A.Rangers have been looking to sell Taarabt for some time. He ended last season on loan at AC Milan but was unable to secure a permanent move there during the summer.But The Daily Mirror claim Milan have renewed their interest after Rangers apparently indicated he could leave.AdChoices广告The Daily Express also suggest Taarabt could be on his way back to Milan and report yesterday’s news that Sandro has been given the all-clear to return to training after suffering a knock to the head against Southampton. Related West London Sport story: Sandro cleared to return to training Several newspapers, including the Mirror, pick up on comments by Rio Ferdinand appearing to mock Manchester City’s home crowd for the game against Roma.Taarabt was unable to secure a move to Milan during the summerQPR’s former Manchester United defender tweeted: “How many empty seats are there at the City vs Roma game by the way…big CL game & fans would rather watch Ramsays Kitchen or something at home.”Meanwhile, Real Madrid’s Germany star Sami Khedira has again been linked with a move to Chelsea by the Daily Star.The midfielder, who played under Blues boss Jose Mourinho at Real, is also said to be a target for Arsenal.It is suggested that Khedira, 27, could move to the Premier League on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of the season.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
The toast of Indian golf after his historic performance at the PGA championships, Anirban Lahiri says he is no longer intimidated by even the best in the world as his self belief has grown exponentially.Lahiri posted the best ever finish by an Indian at a Major with his top-five finish at Whistling Straits, bettering the ninth place finish of Jeev Milkha Singh in 2008 at the same elite event.”To play at a Major requires tremendous self belief. That has grown and grown and now when I go and play with the best in the field, I am not intimidated, I am not overwhelmed, I am not scared. I believe when I am out there, I can beat anyone that I am playing,” Lahiri told PTI in an exclusive chat.”The stars aligned up at the right time for me. You work hard and you have to be patient, persevere. And it’s important to play at big events with confidence, that you can be out there and beat the best,” Lahiri, who dreams of winning a Major title soon, added.Lahiri has shown remarkable improvement in his game of late and it reflected in his performance when he won the Malaysian Open and Indian Open, both co-sanctioned by the European tour, early this year.”The biggest difference this time was my self belief, it has grown a lot, exponentially over the last 18 months.”Ask him how this self belief has come and Lahiri says one must have an insatiable hunger to get better for good results.advertisement”Everytime you win, it contributes but it’s about getting better. The goal has to be to become a better golfer. Drive the ball better, chip better, putt better. Think when you are on a golf course, have strategies.”If you can improve, your quality as a golfer will reflect in your game. Ultimately you have to shoot five or six under or make birdies. If you can make birdies that’s all what matters, it does not matter who you are playing with or where you are playing,” Lahiri, who trains at Eagleton golf resort in Bangalore with coach Vijay Divecha.