Boss Harry Redknapp has suggested that Luke Young may have a future at QPR.
The former England defender was frozen out by Redknapp’s predecessor Mark Hughes and has been struggling with a hip problem.
But Redknapp says he has spoken to Young and expects him to be fit to play for Rangers’ development side in the near future.
He said: “I spoke to Luke yesterday. He should be fit next week but he’s not got a squad number so he can’t play for the first team at the moment.
“I wasn’t here [when Young was frozen out]. Whenever I’ve met him over the years he’s seemed a good lad.
“Mark would have had his reasons but I only take people as I find them, so we’ll see how it goes.”
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