Bright Osayi-Samuel is currently being linked with a move away from the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium as his good form has attracted interest from the top flight.
Football Insider have revealed that the forward is being lined up by Southampton, with the Saints keeping tabs on the player and getting ready to swoop late on in the transfer window.
The forward has scored five and assisted five across all competitions this season, with three of his goals coming in the last four outings for the 22-year-old.
Here, we take a look at one winner and one loser if QPR lose the attacker in the next ten days…
Winner – Jack Clarke
The 19-year-old joined the Championship side on loan from Tottenham Hotspur earlier this month, and he made his debut as a second-half substitute in the win against Leeds United at the weekend.
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The teenager is hoping to find his feet in the second tier again after a lack of minutes while on loan at Leeds during the first half of the campaign, leading to Jose Mourinho recalling him from his loan.
Osayi-Samuel departing for the Premier League could see Clarke get the regular minutes on the pitch that he will be craving, as he could be one of the players that steps up into the starting lineup to try and take the 22-year-old’s spot.
Clarke’s development won’t be hindered by having to compete with the former Blackpool attacker for a spot in the starting lineup, and Mark Warburton will be able to keep Mourinho and the coaching staff at Tottenham happy at the same time.
Loser – Nahki Wells
Striker Wells has formed an interesting partnership over the last couple of months that has seen both players benefit from each other’s game.
Osayi-Samuel has often found the 29-year-old Wells in front of goal, who has been able to convert the chances that have dropped to him.
Despite Wells being linked with a Burnley recall over the next few days, the Clarets striker on loan from QPR will be hoping that if he does stay in London for the rest of the season, that Osayi-Samuel will be lining up alongside him in May.
The pair appear to have a natural chemistry on the pitch that allows him both to flourish when used in the front four together, and QPR fans will be wanting Wells and Osayi-Samuel to stay with the club until the end of the season, at the very least.