Date: 9th January 2017 at 2:05pm
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Ian Holloway and Queens Park Rangers are considering making a second bid for Bristol City’s 24-year-old winger Luke Freeman, according to West London Sport.

The former Arsenal and Stevenage winger has gained a reputation since joining Bristol City, Freeman played an integral role in Bristol City’s victory in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy and their promotion to the Championship in 2015.

As Luke Freeman is entering the final six months of his contract at Ashton Gate, a number of Championship clubs have shown an interest in signing the the contractual situation in which Luke Freeman could leave for nothing in the summer when

Currently leading the chase is Queens Park Rangers – Ian Holloway is reportedly a keen admirer of Luke Freeman which has seen the West London club have a bid rejected for the 24-year-old winger.

However, Queens Park Rangers are preparing to step up their interest and make a second bid for the winger in the hope of prising him away from Bristol City and bolstering Queens Park Rangers’ squad.

Although Bristol City will be keen to keep Luke Freeman at Aston Gate, Lee Johnson may reconsider if Queens Park Rangers place a substantial bid considering Luke Freeman’s contractual situation, it is dependent on the amount that Queens Park Rangers offer.

Bristol City and Queens Park Rangers fans, what do you make of the news? Do you think this transfer will go through in this window? How much do you think he is worth? Would he be a big loss for Bristol City or a big gain for Queens Park Rangers? Which side would come out of this transfer with the better deal, in your opinion? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!