QPR have emerged as surprise play-off contenders and they have their loan signings to thank for their recent good run of form.
The likes of Nahki Wells, Tomer Hemed and Geoff Cameron have all played a crucial part in their push up the table, which has seen the pressure ease on QPR boss, Steve McClaren.
But could the trio become permanent signings in the summer after making a notable impact for the Hoops this season?
QPR’s CEO, Lee Hoos’ latest comments in an in interview with football.london won’t be good reading for QPR supporters:
“What do they want for a salary and that’s just from a financial stand point – and the Profitability and Sustainability rules because the days are over where you can go out and buy any player you want and worry about the financing later.
“You have to fit in to the Profitability and Sustainability rules of the Football League. If those players take you outside of that then you’re stuffed.”
Hoos’ remarks will be frustrating reading for QPR fans, many of whom would have hoped that the trio would sign permanent deals with Rangers in the summer.
“No matter how big the cheque book is from the owners you can’t bring them in without violating the rules,” Hoos stated.
The Hoops were hit with a transfer embargo in the summer, which will play havoc with their dealings in the coming windows.
It’s been well-publicised that QPR have had their fair share of financial troubles in recent seasons.
However, that won’t take away the frustration from this update.
Cameron, along with Wells and Hemed, have been crucial to this season’s turnaround, but it sounds like their QPR career could only be a short one.
Thoughts? Let us know!
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