Queens Park Rangers have signed former Stevenage striker Jo N’Guessan, reports The Comet.
The 19-year-old came through the youth ranks at Boro but was released last month after making just three substitute appearances last season.
He make six appearances in total for the Hertfordshire outfit, scoring once, but mainly spent his time with the club out on loan at non-league sides including Farnborough, Banbury United, Arlesey Town, Aldershot and St Albans City.
The striker was most prolific at Arlesey when he scored eight times in 13 appearances.
N’Guessan has signed a one-year deal with the Hoops’ Elite Development squad and the club’s director of football Les Ferdinand told the QPR website that the youngster had been “identified with the future in mind”.
Manager Chris Ramsey continues the overhaul of the playing staff following the club’s relegation from the Premier League last season, and has moved quickly to sign Swindon Town duo Massimo Luango and Ben Gladwin, as well as former Arsenal striker Jay Emmanuel-Thomas.
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