Queens Park Rangers veteran midfielder Karl Henry has been told he can leave the club following a heated exchange with manager Ian Holloway, according to West London Sport.
The ex-Stoke City and Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder is now training with the development squad at Loftus and other clubs have been notified of the player’s availability.
Since signing for QPR in 2013 for an undisclosed fee from Wolves, the 34 year-old has made 118 appearances but Henry’s future looks bleak at Rangers after an argument with Holloway, the reason behind this row has not been made clear as of yet.
Karl Henry has found game time difficult to come by since the former Blackpool boss was appointed at Queens Park Rangers, and despite signing a new one-year contract last summer it looks as the midfielder may be on his way during this January transfer window.
QPR currently sit in 17th position in the Sky Bet Championship in what has been a very poor campaign so far for the London outfit, though two wins on the bounce has increased the sense optimism around Loftus Road at present.
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