Queens Park Rangers have rejected an approach from MK Dons for midfielder Massimo Luongo, according to West London Sport.
The Australian international has not started a league game since October, but R’s manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is seemingly keen for Luongo to stay and fight for his place in the team.
MK Dons boss Karl Robinson will be keen to add some quality to his squad as they look to avoid relegation in their first season in the Championship, and he will have viewed a player of Luongo’s quality the ideal signing.
At the age of just 23, Luongo has a large proportion of his playing career left, and he is only likely to improve as a footballer, so it is not hard to see why QPR turned down an approach from the Dons.
QPR are seriously struggling this season in the Championship, and currently sit in 19th place in the division, having amassed 30 points from 25 league games this season.
Meanwhile, MK Dons currently sit in 20th spot in the division, having accrued 23 points from 25 league games this campaign.
QPR and Dons fans, what do you think to this news? Is Luongo someone who deserves a chance at Loftus Road? Would he provide the added quality you need at Stadium MK? Let us know using the comments below!