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Bright Osayi-Samuel sends heartfelt message to QPR supporters



Bright Osayi-Samuel has secured a move to Turkish giants Fenerbahce following a contract saga with Queens Park Rangers that lasted months.

The Hoops announced the move last night and the 23-year-old will link up with Mesut Ozil, who has also just signed for the 19-time Turkish League champions.

Osayi-Samuel had already agreed a pre-contract deal to move across Europe in the summer, however Fenerbahce wanted to accelerate the deal, and it’s thought that £750,000 has been enough to end the winger’s time in England this month.

A move to Club Brugge in the summer could have netted the R’s the best part of £5 million, but Osayi-Samuel decided to turn down that particular move and wait it out until January.

Having joined the R’s as a teenager, Osayi-Samuel clearly holds the club in his heart and he’s penned an emotional message to fans on Instagram following his departure.

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“After 4 years of playing at @officialqpr it’s time to say goodbye,” Bright posted.

“QPR has not only taught me to be a footballer but has shaped me as a person on and off the pitch.

“To the fans, as many of you are aware, this has not gone as smoothly as I would’ve liked but it does not change the memories we have made together. I love you all ❤️

“I can’t thank the gaffer & all the staff enough for how they have supported me throughout my time, as well as the players.

“We have suffered, laughed & celebrated together. For this, I will forever be grateful and will always have a special place in my heart for QPR.”t

The Verdict

There’s little doubt that Osayi-Samuel will be a huge miss for the R’s going forward.

They will struggle to replace his explosive pace and directness, wingers of which there are not a lot of left n the Championship that are top quality.

But no QPR fans can surely hold a grudge against the wide player for broadening his horizons – Fenerbahce whilst they are on a Super Lig title drought are still a huge club in name and have aspirations of returning to Europe, with the club currently sitting second in the league.

25 years old, UCLan Sports Journalism graduate, Preston North End fan

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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