QPR’s Marco Ramkilde looks likely to leave the club when his contract reaches a conclusion in the summer according to a recent report from West London Sport.
Ramkilde signed for the Hoops last year after a successful trial, and made his first-team debut for the club against West Brom as a second-half substitute in the final game of the 2019/20 season.
But that seems to have been as good as it got for Ramkilde, with the youngster not featuring at all in this year’s campaign, as QPR look to finish the season strongly under the management of Mark Warburton.
They’re currently sat 12th in the Championship table, and are unbeaten in their last two matches, which is something they’ll be keen to build on heading into the final nine matches of this year’s campaign.
Ramkilde has found game time hard to come by due to a number of injury problems, and Les Ferdinand has revealed in a recent Fans Forum (quotes sourced from West London Sport) that a decision will be made on Ramkilde’s future at the club at the end of the season.
“We took Marco and we knew he had a good reputation as a young player. He’d had a few injuries. We were hoping that he was over those injuries.
“He came on trial with us and we liked what we saw, so we thought ‘Let’s give him a year’s contract with an option and see how he goes – see if we can get him fit’.
“Unfortunately for Marco, that’s not been the case. It’s been one injury after another and it’s been a disaster for his season. In the lockdown he went back home. He’s come back now and we’re seeing where he is. We’ll assess it come the end of the season.”
QPR are set to return to action after the international break when they take on struggling Coventry City at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
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It’s just not worked out for him.
Ramkilde hasn’t featured anywhere near enough than he would have liked to due to injury problems, so it’s not surprising to hear that the club might be moving him on in the summer.
QPR hold the option to extend his contract though, so their decision to only offer him a one year deal last season looks as though it was the right call.
His days at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium are surely numbered heading towards the summer transfer window.