Championship sides Queens Park Rangers and Barnsley are set to battle for Hibernian’s prolific Scottish striker Jason Cummings, according to The Daily Record (10.58 am).
Jason Cummings has been linked to a number of Championship sides over the past 18 months, with Hibernian standing firm to reject any advances for the Scotland Under-21 international.
After a prolific 2015/16 season saw Cummings scored 18 times in 33 Scottish Championship performances, it alerted the attention of a number of sides south of the border.
Hibernian did well to hold onto their prized asset and Cummings has continued to prolific goal-scoring form, scoring twelve goals in seventeen Scottish Championship matches.
Jason Cummings’ consistent goal scoring form has attracted the attention from the Championship with Queens Park Rangers and Barnsley showing the most interest for the 21-year-old striker.
However, after Hibernian rejected Peterborough’s £1.7 million bid for Cummings in the summer, the Scottish striker could prove to be a costly acquisition for Queens Park Rangers or Barnsley.
Queens Park Rangers and Barnsley fans, what do you make of the news? Would you like to see Jason Cummings at your club? Which club do you think would be the better fit for Cummings? Do you feel you need to strengthen your striking options? How much do you think he is worth and would he be value for money? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!