Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sandro will be made to wait about his future at West Bromwich Albion, according to a report from the Express and Star.
The QPR midfielder has spent the second half of season on loan at West Brom, making four appearances for Tony Pulis’ side.
It is widely believed that there is a clause in Sandro’s loan agreement that Tony Pulis and West Bromwich Albion can activate to sign the Brazilian midfielder on a permanent basis.
However as the domestic season comes to a close, Tony Pulis has decided to wait until after the European Championships before he makes decisions about the future of the West Bromwich Albion side.
Sandro has explicitly stated that he would like to stay at the Premier League side, however it is yet to be seen if the Brazilian midfielder has done enough to be worthy of being signed on a permanent basis.
Queens Park Rangers fans, how do you feel about the news? Would you sell Sandro this summer or does he still have a future at the club? Do you think he is Premier League quality? Could he stay at QPR and help the side return to the Premier League? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!