Mick Beale has responded to Millwall boss Gary Rowett’s comments that QPR have fallen a long way short of signing right-back Danny McNamara.
The 23-year-old is in the final year of his contract and Rangers are set to table a significantly improved bid, having seen their initial offers rejected.
Speaking to West London Sport, QPR boss Beale said: “Listen, Gary’s said what he said. I didn’t actually see it, you’ve just told me there that he said we haven’t met the valuation.
“He’s their player, so I don’t want to get into that. It would be unfair of me to do that. If Gary did that with one of my players I wouldn’t like it.
“He’s a very, very good full-back. I think everyone knows that and he’s in the last year of his deal so there will be interest from other clubs.
“For some reason we’ve been made public, our interest. I don’t quite know why that is but again he’s Millwall’s player and until he isn’t Millwall’s player, I wouldn’t want to comment.”
Meanwhile, QPR are close to bringing in midfielder Taylor Richards from Brighton.