Queens Park Rangers have had a fascinating season and one that, on the whole, will cause optimism ahead of next year.
The Hoops struggled in the first half of the campaign but some shrewd deals in the January window have helped turn that around and they are now looking to seal a top-half finish in the final weeks of the Championship campaign.
Indeed, the plan will then be to try and build on that in the summer and improve the squad’s depth as they look to put together an even better campaign next year.
With that in mind, though, there will naturally be some players who are not a part of that and may feel the time is right in the coming window to move on to a new club.
Here, then, we take a look at two players on Rangers’ books that perhaps fit that description…
Goalkeeper Liam Kelly is out on loan at Motherwell where he has finally got playing and he may well be open to a more permanent switch to Fir Park, or elsewhere in the summer.
Of course, it depends a little bit on the goalkeeping situation at Rangers and who they have available – Seny Dieng is naturally attracting interest – but as things stand it’s Dieng from Joe Lumley in the pecking order and that doesn’t look like changing anytime soon.
Rangers took a punt on striker Ramkilde after he impressed in a trial but his fitness issues have not cleared up and, indeed, we’ve not seen him this season for the senior side – it speaks volumes we don’t have access to an image of him in Hoops action.
He’s a striker that has some talent but his fitness problems have ruined his QPR stay so far and there’s every chance he’ll be moving on in the coming summer transfer window at the moment.