Rigg prepares major overhaul at QPR

QPR technical director Mike Rigg is conducting an audit of the club’s set-up before he formally sets out proposals to the board.

Rigg, who recently left a similar role at Manchester City, where he worked with Rangers boss Mark Hughes, is keen to make major changes.

City had a network of 35 scouts for much of Rigg’s time there, although the operation at Loftus Road is not expected to be as large.

“I’m currently doing an audit of what we need in the way of extra people,” said Rigg.

“I’d like to have a programme in place by the end of next season and if I can do that, then maybe three years from now, we can talk about how successful it has been.”

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