Queens Park Rangers have once more taken forward Martell Taylor-Crossdale on trial with a view to a potential move after he was released by Fulham earlier on in the summer.
The young striker has spent a lot of his youth career in west London with him on the books at Chelsea before heading to SW6 in 2019.
He’s on the lookout for a new club now, though, with Fulham opting to release him in the summer and it could be the case he joins Rangers on a short-term basis.
As per West London Sport, QPR have taken the 21-year-old in on a trial basis initially, following on from a previous spell he had with the Hoops towards the end of last season.
QPR had a busy summer window with them finishing it off by confirming the arrival of Andre Gray and letting Charlie Kelman leave the club on loan for League One side Gillingham.
They perhaps feel as though there’s room for another young talented striker to come in and show what he can do this season, then, and so Taylor-Crossdale has once again been handed an audition with the Hoops.
He’s a free agent, so there’s no need to rush this deal through, and we’ll just have to see if he does enough to earn a contract.