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‘Great business for Rangers’ – QPR seal important player agreement



Queens Park Rangers midfielder Luke Freeman has signed a new contract with the Championship club, it has been confirmed on the club website.

The 26-year-old, who joined the R’s from Bristol City in January 2017, will now remain at Loftus Road until the summer of 2021, which is good-news for QPR, as the player had attracted a lot of interest from a lot of clubs last summer.

So is the new deal for Freeman good business by Rangers?

We discuss…..

Jay Taylor

Surprising news! I thought he would be off in the New Year.

The sceptic in me feels this new deal is just insurance for the summer when QPR would be able to command a more significant fee than if he had left in January.

Luke Freeman gets a healthy pay rise for his troubles, too and could recover a decent fee if he is sold.

But on the face of it, it’s some really positive business for QPR and reaffirms their recent upturn in form on and off the pitch it seems.

Gary Hutchinson

Great business for Rangers.

Freeman is a class act and I was certain he’d leave Loftus Road.

This proves they’re moving in the right direction and it is a happy camp.

Rangers fans must be delighted

George Harbey

It’s about time.

Freeman is such an important player for the R’s and it would have been criminal had they let him leave on a free.

It’s a great move by the club.

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