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Another midfield arrival? 2 transfer developments we could see emerge at QPR in the next few weeks

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It’s been a busy summer so far at Queens Park Rangers and there will be hope from supporters that there is more to come.

Four signings have been made in the shape of Charlie Austin, Jordy de Wijs, Sam Field and Andre Dozzell and all of them should play a really important part in proceedings next season.

There are still areas of the squad that need work this summer, though, and it looks as though the rumours around certain players are still persisting.

With that in mind, then, here are two transfer developments we could see unfold in the coming weeks of the summer window at Rangers…

Stefan Johansen arrives

Many QPR fans would like Stefan Johansen to return to the club on a permanent basis and West London Sport has reported that the R’s are trying to make it happen.

Three of the four influential loan signings have joined permanently this summer in Charlie Austin, Jordy de Wijs and Sam Field and making it four out of four with Johansen would be a really good piece of business.

He’s a quality player – let’s see if Rangers can get it done.

Full-backs arrive

We’re throwing two into one here as there’s a chance that two new full-backs could be signed by Rangers.

West London Sport reports that George Cox at Fortuna Sittard is being eyed for the left-hand side whilst Moses Odubajo is training with the club and will be signed if Todd Kane leaves the club.

QPR are looking to move Kane on this summer and if and when he leaves we’ll see a chain of events initiated down that right-hand side.

Certainly, things remain busy at Rangers.

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