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QPR stars set to leave after being deemed surplus to requirements



Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is planning for next season as he plans to axe high earners Rob Green and Junior Hoilett, according to the Sun.


With both the veteran goalkeeper and the tricky winger both being out of their contract in May, the Dutchman has made it clear that neither player has a future at the club.

It was already clear that Green would be looking to leave when it was released that the club was purposefully not playing him as it would trigger the one-year extension on his contract and he has now lost his place to Alex Smithies.

The former England international was linked with moves to West Ham Crystal Palace in the January transfer window but the move didn’t materialise for the 36-year-old keeper but he could find himself playing in the top flight next season given his experience.

Junior Hoilett, on the other hand, is more of a surprise departure considering the fact that he has performed well when playing in Hasselbaink’s side and actually scored in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Birmingham City.

However, the enigmatic winger is clearly not in the young Dutch manager’s plans and with his departure, it would free up a lot of wages for other signings.

Hoilett impressed in the Premier League for both Blackburn and Queens Park Rangers and like Green, Premier League sides may be looking at him as a potentially cheap signing, wages aside, that would bolster the quality of their squad and offer them a different outlet.

Either way, both Rob Green and Junior Hoillett will leave in the summer as Hasselbaink has begun to mould the squad in a way that he wants it too.

The Hoops are eleventh in the Championship after a disappointing season and they find themselves eleven points behind Sheffield Wednesday, who occupy the final play-off spot.

QPR fans…What do you make of the news? Is it the right decision to let Green and Hoilett go? Are you confident that Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is the right man? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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