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Recent transfer development seemingly seals 27-y/o’s fate at Queens Park Rangers

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Queens Park Rangers forward Idrissa Sylla looks set to depart the club in January, according to reports from West London Sport.

The 27-year old has made just three appearances and one start for Steve McClaren’s men this season, and has fallen well down the pecking order behind Tomer Hemed and Nahki Wells.

The report claims that although the Guinean is still training with the club, it has been made clear to him that he can leave in January.

Since signing from Anderlecht in 2016, the forward has made just 28 starts in the Championship, scoring 17 goals in a total of 64 appearances for the West London club.

But the striker has failed to get in a look-in under McClaren, during an excellent run in which the R’s have lost just three of their last 13 league matches – Rangers currently sit 10th in the Championship.

The Verdict

It’s hardly surprising news – Sylla is a forgotten man at QPR. With his contract expiring at the end of this season, the R’s will probably look to cash-in on the 28-year old in January, or cut their losses and let him go on a free.

He’s been in and out of the side for some time now and it is probably best for all involved to go separate ways.


Nottingham-based journalist who regularly covers Nottingham Forest home and away.

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