QPR agree Amos loan extension

QPR: Luke Amos

QPR have agreed an extension to Luke Amos’ loan from Tottenham.

Like Jordan Hugill’s season-long loan from West Ham, which was also extended, Amos’ loan spell was due to finish at the end of this month.

Both players will remain with Rangers for the rest of the Championship campaign, which is scheduled to restart on 20 June.

Striker Hugill, who recently turned 28, has made 37 Championship appearances for QPR, scoring 11 goals.

Midfielder Amos, 23, has had 25 league outings for the R’s.

Rangers are scheduled to resume with a game at home to Barnsley.

The original fixture was due to take place on 14 March but the season was halted the day beforehand because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Matches were suspended with Rangers unbeaten in six matches and having moved to within six points of the play-off places.

The Barnsley game is scheduled to be followed by London derbies away to Charlton and at home to Fulham on 27 June and 30 June respectively.

The EFL’s planned restart date is provisional, subject to safety requirements being met

QPR played a friendly against West Ham this week and will continue their preparations for the restart of the season by playing Chelsea this Sunday. 

Meanwhile, Rangers assistant manager John Eustace has told West London Sport he believes Bright Osayi-Samuel would benefit from staying at the club.