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QPR aiming to use loan market to sign PL striker and solve goal scoring problems

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Queens Park Rangers are looking to sign Tomer Hemed on loan, according to reports.

Goal-shy QPR want to use the loan market and sign Tomer Hemed from Brighton and Hove Albion, according to West London Sport.

The Hoops managed to resist late bids for attacking midfielder Luke Freeman and after succeeding in keeping their creative midfielder, they want to sign Hemed on loan.

Steve McClaren wants a new striker to add competition for places up front.

Hemed scored 30 league goals for the Seagulls over his two seasons in the Championship but failed to make the same impact last term, netting twice in 16 Premier League outings.

The Israel international has previous experience in the Israeli and Spanish leagues.

QPR hope that the 31-year-old’s arrival on loan could improve their goal tally after netting just 58 goals last season.

This report suggests that¬†Hemed is not the only striker on QPR’s radar, with former McClaren favourite Chris Martin of Derby County also a target for the West London club.

The Verdict

Hemed is a proven striker at Championship level and is likely to get at least 10 strikes for QPR.

Having the experienced forward in the squad would add quality to their ranks and improve the other strikers as well.

Given their financial restrictions, this could be a good signing for QPR.

QPR fans – Would you like to sign Hemed? Let us know below…

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