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QPR have bid turned down for Championship striker

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Queens Park Rangers’ bid of £1.2 million for Rotherham United striker Danny Ward has been rejected by the Millers, according to West London Sport.

The 25-year-old has netted ten goals for his side this season, who sit bottom of the Championship, nine points adrift of safety.

QPR manager Ian Holloway has expressed an interest in bringing more experience to Loftus Road and is a fan of the sought-after forward, whom has been linked with a number of clubs this month.

Ward moved to Rotherham in January 2015 from Huddersfield Town and has 16 goals for the Yorkshire side in his two-years there.

He scored the same number during his 117 appearances for the Terriers between 2011-2015.

Holloway has already lost forward Sebastian Polter this month, he returned to Germany after two years in England.

Queens Park Rangers are also said to be highly keen in Bristol City midfielder Luke Freeman and have lodged a reported £250,000 bid for the 24 year-old, who’s contract expires at Ashton Gate this summer.

They will be looking to complete one or two signings prior to their next fixture against fellow London side Fulham at the weekend.

QPR fans…. Would you want Ward at your club? Do you need a new striker? Let us know below!


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