Tony Fernandes Talks Again about QPR Move
Owner says club are looking for bigger ground in West London
Queens Park Rangers' owner Tony Fernandes has again confirmed that the club are actively looking for a new home in West London.
Mr Fernandes first mentioned the idea of a move in September, shortly after taking over the club, saying he would be looking for a stadium which could hold 40 - 45,000 people.
QPR's current Loftus Road home has a capacity of just under 19,000, making it the smallest ground in the Premier League and there is little room to expand.
Now Mr Fernandes has said once again that "we would like a bigger ground, and we are looking.
" It has to be in the area. It makes no sense to move out from where you have spent most of your life, and where the fan base is.
This may no longer be a consideration however, with Chelsea confirming they are considering a move from Stamford Bridge to a new home across the river at Battersea Power Station.
September 21, 2011