QPR are expected to sign defender Jordy de Wijs on a permanent deal at the end of the 2020/21 season according to Hull Live.
De Wijs has caught the eye with some strong performances for the Hoops this term, after signing for them back in January on a temporary basis, following Hull’s relegation into League One in the 2019/20 season.
He has gone on to make four appearances for Mark Warburton’s side, who have been in impressive form of late in the Championship, with the Hopps currently sat 12th in the second-tier standings.
But de Wijs is out-of-contract at the end of this year’s campaign with Hull, and QPR are likely to make his loan move a permanent one in the summer.
He made 35 appearances in all competitions for Hull City last season, but his efforts weren’t quite enough, as Grant McCann’s side were relegated into the third-tier of English football after a disappointing second-half of that league campaign.
The Tigers are in a strong position to win promotion back into the Championship at the first time of asking without de Wijs though, as they’re currently sat top of the League One table as they head into their final eight matches of the season.
De Wijs and his QPR team-mates are set to return to action after the international break, when they take on relegation-threatened Coventry City at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
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This will be a no-brainer for QPR.
De Wijs has really impressed me this season with the Hoops, and I think he’s complemented the likes or Yoann Barbet and Rob Dickie perfectly in the defensive three.
He’s more than deserving of a permanent move to Mark Warburton’s side, and he’ll be hoping he can continue to impress heading into next year’s campaign.
Hull will know that de Wijs is destined for bigger and better things moving forwards.