QPR line up two more signings and further exits

Mark Warburton expects QPR to make one more signing this summer after the deal to sign Jordan Hugill on loan is confirmed.

West London Sport recently revealed that Rangers were back in for striker Hugill, who is coming in from West Ham and has long been a target.

His arrival will take the number of summer signings made by the club to an extraordinary 13.

And Warburton plans to make it 14 by the time the transfer window closes on 8 August.

“We’ll have a striker (Hugill) in, probably by Monday the latest, and maybe one more on top of that and then we’ll be done,” he said.

“It’s been a major revamp but I think it was the right thing to do.”

Warburton also expects Sean Goss and David Wheeler to leave.

Winger Wheeler, 28, has been unable to establish himself since arriving from Exeter City in the summer of 2017.

Midfielder Goss, 23, arrived from Manchester United in January of that year and has been a major flop.

“They’ll be moving on I think,” said Warburton, who added that it was “quite likely” the pair will be leaving on permanent deals.

Rangers have been trying to sell Massimo Luongo, as revealed by West London Sport earlier this summer.

The club are also looking to offload Toni Leistner, who has fallen out of favour under Warburton.




Mark Warburton, Brentford manager
Warbuton is credited with bringing about much of the success Brentford have enjoyed in recent years