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Marseille have confirmed the signing of Lille forward Dimitri Payet subject to a medical.
The France international played a starring role last season for Les Dogues, filling the shoes of the departed Eden Hazard on their left wing.
Midfielder Stephane Mbia has been fined and warned about his future conduct by QPR after a message on his Twitter account appeared to suggest he wanted to return to his former club Marseille.
– QPR Head of Media & Communications Ian Taylor
The club has concluded its investigation following a series of Tweets which appeared on Stephane Mbia's official Twitter account.
Stephane has stressed to the club that he is not responsible for the Tweets.
However the club is of the view that every player that has a Twitter account is ultimately responsible for what appears on it.
As a result, Stephane has been fined and warned in relation to his future conduct. The club will be making no further comment.
Stephane Mbia fancies swapping places with Joey Barton in the summer, with the midfielders forming a part exchange deal earlier this season which saw Mbia joining QPR and Joey Barton going to Marseille on loan.
And here's Joey's response...
But it's ok - Mbia was just kidding.
Yes, for those of you asking I will almost certainly manage when I stop playing. Reckon I've got about 8/9 years left at the top!
– QPR owner Tony Fernandes speaking to their official website
Marseille have got to put an offer in. Joey is under contract and Joey would be a very useful player for Queens Park Rangers.
He helped Newcastle out (of the Championship). Some would say we lacked his fighting spirit in the midfield.
But if Joey and Marseille want (the transfer), then we will talk.
However, he is a QPR player, and is contracted to QPR.
That has to be a financial deal which would have to be worked out if he wants to go to Marseille, but as far as I am concerned he is a QPR player and in the summer will come back."
– QPR forward Djibril Cisse
It would be a dream to go back, or play for any club which can make me shine.
I have Les Bleus in my heart.
If I'm in a good team and if I do a good job I think it's possible.
I have a crazy mind and when I have a goal in mind I do everything to achieve it.
My QPR career was over when they decided to listen to the footballing sage, Mark of Hughes...
Never understood these people who put dogs in handbags. Something really wrong with that?