Queens Park Rangers chairman Amit Bhatia has revealed that the club do not plan to buy or sell any players in the January transfer window, report the London Evening Standard.
The club will be under a transfer embargo during the window and unable to bring in any new players unless they are free agents or loans, leaving them in a tricky position.
“As far as January is concerned, no-one comes in and no-one goes out,” Bhatia said.
“We can’t afford to let anyone go because there are a lot of restrictions about bringing anyone in.
“For me, in the next window we are neither a buying or selling club.”
During the summer, Steve McClaren signed just five new players with Nahki Wells, Tomer Hemed and Geoff Cameron arriving on loan and Toni Leistner and Angel Rangel joining on frees.
The R’s had to come from behind twice on Tuesday night as a late Luke Freeman header rescued a point in a 2-2 draw with Rotherham United, leaving them in eighth place.
This is sensible from QPR and specifically Bhatia.
In the past, they have been guilty of going crazy and spending money they don’t really have so although it may disappoint the fans to see this, it is for the best.
McClaren has done brilliantly with the squad as it is so there is no reason why he will not be able to carry that through for the rest of the season.
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