QPR goalkeeper, Harvey White is currently undergoing a trial with Premier League side, Watford over a potential permanent move to Vicarage Road according to West London Sport.
White has been a regular for the QPR under 18’s team this season, and his impressive performances seemingly haven’t gone unnoticed.
If the youngster can impress in his trial period with the Premier League side, then QPR will find it difficult to keep hold of White as the season draws to a conclusion.
His trial with Watford is due to expire on April 19th, so he’ll be keen to make a good impression with the Hornets in his time with the club.
The 18-year-old is yet to break into the QPR first-team set-up in the early stages of his career and could certainly be tempted by the prospect of a move to a top-flight club.
QPR are currently without a manager, after they relieved Steve McClaren of his duties after a dismal run of form which saw them slide down the Championship table at an alarming rate.
The Hoops will be keen to retain their Championship status this season, otherwise it could have disastrous consequences for the club in the long-term.
He’s evidently got something about him.
You don’t attract interest from a Premier League just by chance and he’s an exciting talent.
QPR could be left to rue this decision to allow him to leave on a trial basis.