Some of the recent transfer speculation involving QPR…
Saman Ghoddos has again been linked with QPR, this time in Iran.
The Tasmin News Agency reckon Wolves have joined the R’s and Fulham in a race to sign the 24-year-old Iran international, who plays for Swedish side Ostersunds.
Ghoddos is among the host of players linked by Get West London during the summer transfer window, since which several other outlets have touted him as a QPR transfer target.
It was claimed that Rangers, currently working to a restricted budget largely because of Financial Fair Play restrictions, were in the running to sign Ghoddos for in excess of £2m.
Moult also linked
Motherwell striker Louis Moult is the latest player in Scotland to be linked with QPR.
The R’s have been linked with several players north of the border during successive transfer windows, usually after a scout from the club had travelled to Scotland to watch a game.
And the Daily Record reckon a January bid is being prepared for the Stoke-born Moult, whose contract expires in the summer.
It comes after QPR chief scout Gary Penrice watched the last couple of Motherwell matches.
The Daily Record declare that “QPR boss Ian Holloway is now an admirer after favourable reports from Penrice.”
Rangers have previously been linked with Aberdeen’s Kenny McLean and Celtic’s James Forrest after Penrice attended matches in Scotland, but had no interest in either player.
Forest again linked with Luongo
Nottingham Forest have again been linked with Massimo Luongo.
The Daily Mirror say Forest are keen to sign the QPR midfielder when the transfer window reopens in January.
Forest boss Mark Warburton was similarly tipped to move for Luongo and his R’s team-mate Jake Bidwell in the summer, but no approach was made.