Queens Park Rangers are assessing two players on a trial basis ahead of making possible moves to sign them.
According to local media outlet West London Sport, Queens Park Rangers have handed trials to Sam Chaney and Sinn’kaye Christie.
Both players have teamed up with QPR’s under-23 side and will have the chance to impress the youth team coaches ahead of possibly joining the academy in West London.
Sam Chaney is currently playing for Torquay United, who ply their trade in the National League – the fifth tier of English football.
The 21-year-old would provide a versatile option for the QPR youngsters as he is able to fill in as a right back or in the centre of midfield.
So far this season, Chaney has played six games for the Gulls and his performances have impressed QPR enough to take a further look at him on a trial basis.
Sinn’kaye Christie, on the other hand, is currently without a club.
The 19-year-old last played for non-league side Wealdstone and has been with the Nike academy alongside training with QPR’s youngsters.
Christie is also a defender.
Both players featured in QPR under-23’s 5-1 loss to Colchester on Friday with Christie starting and Chaney coming off the bench.
Over the last season or so, QPR have made a real effort to invest in their youth after noticing that a lack of players were able to progress from the academy into the first team.
After snapping up the likes of Charlie Owens and Aramide Oteh after successful trials, they will be hoping to do so again if Chaney and Christie impress.
Chaney already has experience at a decent level and is still young so he could be a good addition while Christie will be keen to impress after leaving Wealdstone.
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