Queens Park Rangers could be in the market to make some new signings during the current transfer window as they eye up a push for a top-six finish in the Championship.
One of the individuals who has recently been linked with a move to the R’s is Ryan Giles.
According to talkSPORT journalist Alex Crook, QPR are believed to be interested in securing a deal for the midfielder whilst Swansea City and Hull City are also keeping tabs on his situation at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Providing that the R’s win the race for the 21-year-old’s signature, his arrival could have a knock-on effect on some of the club’s other players.
Here, we have decided to take a look at ONE winner and ONE loser at QPR if they reach an agreement with Wolves over Giles…
Winner: Lyndon Dykes
Despite his recent fitness issues, Lyndon Dykes has still managed to demonstrate that he is capable of thriving at this level as he has provided eight direct goal contributions in 16 league appearances.
The forward could potentially take his game to new heights if QPR seal a move for Giles as the left-midfielder has produced some fantastic attacking displays in the Championship in recent months.
Before returning to Wolves, Giles managed to provide nine assists in the second-tier for Cardiff.
By building a rapport with Giles, Dykes could end up playing a major role for QPR as they look to secure a return to the Premier League later this year.
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Loser: George Thomas
If QPR are able to convince Wolves to part ways with Giles, George Thomas may end up falling further down the pecking order at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
The attacking midfielder has been limited to seven appearances in the Championship this season due to the presence of Ilias Chair and Chris Willock.
Although R’s manager Mark Warburton is unwilling to let Thomas leave this month, the 24-year-old may need to push for a temporary exit as he could struggle for game-time due to the arrival of Giles.
By featuring on a regular basis for a team in a lower division, the midfielder may be able to make considerable strides in terms of his development before returning to QPR later this year.