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Blackburn will let controversial forward El-Hadji Diouf leave this month in a cut-price deal after the club admitted to not being able to control him, according to the Daily Mail.
Manager Steve Kean is believed to be finding it difficult to control the Senegalese striker and has told him to change the nasty side of his character after he verbally abused an injured opponent.
Diouf was accused of taunting and mocking QPR striker Jamie Mackie as he lay on the ground suffering a broken leg during the FA Cup meeting at Ewood Park.
The cut-price sale is already recieving interest from some Premier League sides, and agent Willie McKay is reported as saying: "El-Hadji is looking to make a fresh start. He is a good player and there is plenty of interest."
Blackburn are set to sign Jermaine Jones on loan from Schalke, and are offering QPR and Wigan target Jason Roberts a new contract.