Following the news that Jordan Cousins is sidelined for 6-8 weeks, Ian Holloway may turn to the transfer market to add further depth to his midfield.
In a recent interview, Les Ferdinand explained that Queens Park Rangers should follow in Huddersfield Town’s footsteps as they target a return to the Premier League.
One of Huddersfield Town’s many masterstrokes from last season was their utilisation of the loan market with a number of excellent acquisitions providing the quality they needed to defy the odds.
Rather than just providing cover for Jordan Cousins, Ian Holloway could consider an ambitious loan move for Huddersfield Town’s starlet Philip Billing.
Since joining the West Yorkshire club from Esbjerg in 2013, the Danish Under 20 international has made over forty appearances for Huddersfield Town.
However, the arrivals of Aaron Mooy on a permanent basis and Danny Williams means that the likelihood of Philip Billing getting regular playing time in the Premier League is slim.
Instead, David Wagner may consider loaning out the highly-rated youngster to a Championship side, in an attempt to further his development.
If Queens Park Rangers could secure the ambitious acquisition of Philip Billing, even on a temporary basis, it would be a major boost for the West London side ahead of the opening day fixture against Reading.
Queens Park Rangers fans – would you like to see Philip Billing join? Is it the sort of ambitious move that Queens Park Rangers needs to be making? Do you think he would be a success at Loftus Road? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section.