QPR yet to make final decision on Campbell

QPR have yet to make a final decision on the future of DJ Campbell, who looks likely to leave Loftus Road this summer.

The striker’s contract is about to end and he has not been offered a new deal.

He is therefore free to join another club, but if he does not he could yet be given a chance to impress during pre-season, especially if Rangers have not signed another forward by then.

Campbell’s name was included on a list recently published by the Premier League of ‘released’ players from each club, as his contract is expiring and he has not been given another one.

A number of clubs have shown an interest in the 31-year-old, who is considering his options.

Having scored 10 goals in 17 appearances during a loan spell at Ipswich last season, he ended the campaign on loan at Blackburn.

Signed from Blackpool for £1.25m in 2011, Campbell has made only 11 first-team appearances for Rangers, nine of them as a substitute.

Last month he told West London Sport that he would like to stay at the club.

Meanwhile, Rangers appear to have made progress in their attempt to sign Danny Simpson despite top-flight clubs being made aware of the full-back’s availability.

Talks with Simpson, 26, are ongoing. He has not been offered a new contract by Newcastle and will soon be available on a Bosman free transfer.



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