Date: 10th January 2017 at 9:58am
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Queens Park Rangers have agreed to allow homesick striker Sebastian Polter to return to Germany as a move to FC Union Berlin edges closer, according to West London Sport.

The 25-year-old is said to want a transfer back to his homeland after becoming unsettled in London since signing for QPR in the summer of 2015.

Polter has netted ten goals during his 51 appearances at the Championship club, with four coming this season, but hasn’t featured for Ian Holloway’s side since mid-December.

He’s set to be the first of a number of players on their way out of Loftus Road; Tjaronn Chery looks likely to off to China, Karl Henry has been notified that he’s free to leave the R’s and Brazilian midfielder Sandro is on the verge of a move to Turkey.

Sebastian Polter is set to undergo a medical on Tuesday ahead of his proposed transfer to Union Berlin, who play in Germany’s second division.

Holloway is already well underway in his hunt for a replacement as the manager has been linked with moves for ex-Fulham forward Hugo Rodallega and out-of-favour Everton striker Arouna Kone.

QPR fans, will you miss Polter? Would you prefer a more Championship experienced attacker at Loftus Road? Is Ian Holloway looking at realistic targets? Let us hear your thoughts in the comments below!