Joe Lumley looks set to stay at Queens Park Rangers, according to London Football News.
The goalkeeper has recently spent time on loan with League One side Doncaster Rovers with reports claiming that Darren Moore’s side were looking to bring him back to the club on a permanent basis.
The 25-year-old faces an uncertain future with his contract in West London due to expire at the end of the season, however it seems that he could be about to stay put.
London Football News are claiming that not only is the player going to stay at Loftus Road for the second half of the season, but he’s also in line to pen a new contract to stay beyond the end of the campaign.
That comes after Motherwell made a move for Liam Kelly, meaning that the Hoops have changed their position on Lumley’s future and will now look to keep him.
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This is a move that makes sense for Queens Park Rangers.
While Joe Lumley has struggled to establish himself in West London there’s certainly a case for saying that his opportunity could come.
With Liam Kelly moving to Motherwell and Seny Dieng attracting plenty of interest from the top flight it seems like a safe choice to try and keep Lumley at the club for the long-term.
That will give him a chance to challenge again, while also ensuring that QPR aren’t left in a tricky position.