Hoilett left out ahead of expected move

Junior Hoilett has been left out QPR’s squad for the game at Stoke ahead of an expected move to Borussia Monchengladbach.

The 24-year-old winger looks likely to join the German club on loan with a view to a permanent deal after indicating that he would like to go.

Derby County remain keen on Hoilett and have not given up hope of signing him.

Rams boss Steve McClaren recently made enquiries about Hoilett and Matt Phillips, saying he would be interested in either player if QPR were willing to part with them.

Rangers want to sell Hoilett, who has flattered to deceive since being signed from Blackburn in 2012.

The Canadian, who has made 76 appearances for the club, 32 of them as a substitute, has a £7m release clause in his contract but Rangers will happily accept significantly less.

They have lined up number of wingers as potential signings, including Paul-Jose M’Poku, 22, of Standard Liege.

QPR have also enquired about Wolves’ Bakary Sako, 26, and have resumed talks after initially being put off by his wage demands. 

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