Round-up: QPR duo going, Hoilett wants to leave, Matic defiant, Blues U21s win, Robson ton


QPR have confirmed that Alejandro Faurlin and Clint Hill are among the players leaving the club this summer.

West London Sport revealed on Monday morning that manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink had indicated that out-of-contract trio Faurlin, Hill and Karl Henry were not in his plans, while Junior Hoilett has told the club he wants to leave.

Faurlin later confirmed his departure with a message on social media in which he thanked fans for their support.

Rangers subsequently announced the duo’s exit and say they are in contract talks with Henry – who could be retained as a squad player – and Hoilett.

News that Hill and Faurlin have reached the end of the line at QPR was greeted with dismay by many fans on Twitter.

Hoilett is eyeing a return to the Premier League
Hoilett is eyeing a return to the Premier League

Meanwhile, Nemanja Matic has declared that he still has confidence in his own ability after a disappointing season for Chelsea.

The Serbian midfielder has been linked with a possible move to Manchester United by the Daily Mail. 

Chelsea’s Under-21 side were in action on Monday evening – Charlie Colkett’s late goal gave them a 1-0 victory at Manchester City.

Brentford have offered Josh Clarke a new contract but have released goalkeeper Mark Smith.

Fulham defender Dan Burn, whose contract is about to expire, says he has played his final match for the club.

And in cricket, Sam Robson hit a century as he led a strong Middlesex recovery against Nottinghamshire on day two at Lord’s.