QPR are reportedly ready to sell goalkeeper, Matt Ingram when the transfer window gets underway according to West London Sport.
The shot-stopper struggled for game time with the Championship side last season, and was limited to just four league appearances, which will have come as a frustration.
The 25-year-old played the opening four league games of last year’s campaign, before being dropped for Joe Lumley, who has hardly put a foot wrong since being installed as their first-choice goalkeeper.
With new QPR boss, Mark Warburton now in charge at Loftus Road, he’s evidently keen to trim the wage bill ahead of next year’s campaign.
Warburton already has a replacement lined up as well, with The Scottish Sun claiming that they are set to move in for Livingston goalkeeper, Liam Kelly.
Kelly was hugely impressive last season, and his good performances seemingly haven’t gone unnoticed, with clubs already registering their interest in his services.
It’s set to be an interesting summer at Loftus Road, with potential player departures on the cards, so that Warburton can make new signings to strengthen his squad for next season.
Lee Wallace is also set to sign along the dotted line at QPR, with the experienced defender being available on a free transfer after his time with Rangers came to an end.
I think this is the best move for both parties involved.
Ingram isn’t going to be able to force his way into the QPR starting XI anytime soon, and the club are evidently keen to trim the wage bill heading into next season.
If they are to sign Kelly as his replacement, then they’ll be getting a cheaper alternative, who will be keen to showcase his talent in English football.