QPR have confirmed that forward Aramide Oteh has joined League Two side Stevenage on a season-long loan.
EFL clubs have until 5pm to complete their transfer dealings with other English sides and the R’s look set to have a busy afternoon with a number of new signings linked.
It appears the west London club are looking to offload a few players as well with Paul Smyth reportedly on his way to Charlton Athletic and Oteh joining Stevenage.
QPR have confirmed that the 22-year-old forward has joined the League Two side on a season-long loan deal and is ready to make his debut against Forest Green Rovers on Saturday.
Oteh’s only appearance this season has come in the Carabao Cup and with Mark Warburton adding some extra firepower to his squad late on in the window, it appears the club feel his development is best served away from west London.
The forward spent the first half of last season on loan with League Two side Bradford City but was recalled by the R’s in January, featuring nine times in the Championship thereafter.
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This looks a sensible move given some of the R’s recent business.
The additions of strikers Lyndon Dykes and Macauley Bonne will have left Oteh down the pecking order, while his chances of making an impact on the flanks are lessened following the arrivals of Albert Adomah and Chris Willock.
Oteh was beginning to find his feet in League Two when he was recalled by Rangers last season, it’ll be interesting to see how he fares this time around
Stevenage have added a dynamic young forward that will likely be hungry to prove himself and has shown quality in the division previously, scoring four times in 22 appearances for Bradford last term.