QPR reject Palace’s offer for Eze

QPR forward Ebere Eze

QPR have rejected an offer from Crystal Palace for Ebere Eze.

West London Sport revealed Palace’s interest in the forward in April 2018 and revealed an approach for him from the Eagles in January had been rejected.

And West London Sport recently revealed that Palace were set to make Rangers an offer for Eze.

The offer was £12m plus add-ons and was immediately turned down, but Palace remain interested.

Eze has been linked with several clubs but, until West Ham recently indicated they were looking to agree to a deal to sign him, the only concrete interest had been from Palace.

However, several Premier League clubs have now made enquiries about Eze.

QPR will hope for a bidding war between clubs and to eventually net around £20m for him.

They would also like any deal with West Ham to include Jordan Hugill moving in part exchange.

Palace have also been considering matching Club Brugge’s offer for Bright Osayi-Samuel, but have so far not done so.

Osayi-Samuel has been mulling over a move to the Belgian outfit, who had a £4.7m bid for him accepted, having previously offered QPR £3m for him.

The winger has a year remaining on his contract and has rejected offers of an improved deal.

As for Eze, there is every expectation he will be playing in the top flight next season.

Rangers recently signed George Thomas and have made enquiries about a number of other attacking players, including Chelsea’s Izzy Brown and former Fulham man Muamer Tanković, who is currently a free agent.