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QPR receive considerable boost in hunt to complete permanent attacker deal



Queens Park Rangers striker Nahki Wells is reportedly open to a permanent move to the West London club when his current loan from Burnley ends, according to Talksport.

The Burnley man made the move to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium for a second time during the summer, signing a deal until the end of the season, and has become a hit under Mark Warburton.

In 14 Championship appearances this term he has netted eight goals, following on form the ten he scored during his stay during the previous campaign.

Speaking to radio station on whether or not he would be willing to sign permanently, he said: “Yeah, of course.
Individually, I just want to do as well as I can because that’s going to help to propel us into that position [the top-six]. If I’m doing that, I’m pretty sure the club would want to keep me and an opportunity will present itself.”

Should QPR go all out to sign Wells permanently?





He netted the R’s first during their 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough in West London on Saturday afternoon, finishing cooly following a clever Illias Chair pass.

Now heading into the international break, Mark Warburton will be hoping he can continue that fine form a week on Friday when they travel to Fulham for another local derby.

The verdict

This would be a serious coup for QPR and one that they must prioritise when the summer transfer window rolls around.

However, if he continues scoring at the rate he currently is, there is a good chance that he will be wanted by clubs bigger than the R’s and with much bigger spending power.

So between now and then, the club have to do as much as they can to endear themselves to the player and ensure that there is only one option in the player’s mind once the window opens.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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