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2 R’s players who could benefit if QPR lose key figure in January window



QPR have had a surprisingly good start to the season and have been impressive in their style of play that they’re showcasing.

The R’s have a number of talents in their squad that are deserving of praise due to the way that they’ve been playing, and for some that has created transfer speculation.

Ryan Manning is rumoured to be of interest to the Premier League, with Newcastle reportedly keeping a close eye on the versatile player.

He has been exceptional so far this campaign, and adds so much to the side from an attacking dimension. Here are TWO R’s players that could benefit if the club lost Manning in January…

Will Ryan Manning leave QPR?





Lee Wallace

The left-back made his first appearance of the season on Saturday against Leeds, it’ll be a boost for Mark Warburton’s side especially after he impressed on his debut. It could be good news for him if Manning moves away, as that means that the R’s would likely revert to a back four and Wallace would be the left-back.

He has so much experience, and should be part of the team in the coming weeks anyway, but it’s vital that if Wallace does come in at left-back if Manning was to go that QPR make sure that they have another attacking option in the midfield.

Manning could offer so much going forward at left-back, something that Wallace can’t do as much of purely because of his age.

Todd Kane

Kane was impressive in the early parts of the season, although Angel Rangel has come into the side in recent weeks. He is predominantly a right-back, but due to his brilliant start to the campaign this season, Warburton may want to try him at left-back.

He has played there before, and if Manning was to leave, Kane would be another option who’s able to get forward in the same way that Manning does. He’d be a good option to fill the vacancy, and would have more of an opportunity in the first-team if Newcastle signed the 23-year-old in January.

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