Australian midfielder Massimo Luongo has been a regular feature in the QPR midfield this season, featuring in 31 fixtures so far, but with the London side under-performing in the Sky Bet Championship, could QPR cash in on one of their prized assets?
Luongo is clearly having a great season at Loftus Road, and netted in QPR’s last two matches – against Nottingham Forest and Derby, but with Ian Holloway’s side in 16th place in the Championship, Luongo’s aspirations may outweigh his commitment to the club if they decide to cash-in on him.
Joining from Swindon in May 2015, Luongo was Chris Ramsey’s first signing at QPR and has been an ever-present part of the midfield ever since, pushing 100 appearances for the club.
Luongo signed a contract extension until 2020 last year, but with Holloway needing to get busy in the transfer market in the summer, Luongo’s sale could well fund new acquisitions.
Football League World took to Twitter to ask QPR fans: Are you worried that Massimo Luongo could be sold this summer? And it was a perfect split with 50% both ways!
????️ QPR FANS….
Are you worried that Massimo Luongo could be sold this summer? ????#QPR
— FootballLeagueWorld (@FLeagueWorld) March 9, 2018
QPR Fans…Are you concerned that Luongo could be sold in the summer? Let us know your thoughts!
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