QPR are interested in signing Scunthorpe United winger Josh Morris on a free transfer in the summer, according to a report by HITC.
The report states that QPR will face competition from Championship rivals Reading and Millwall, as well a host of League One clubs to sign the player.
Morris has been an important player for Scunthorpe this season, scoring five goals and providing six assists for his teammates in 19 appearances in League One.
The 27-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and will be available on a free transfer in the summer, after rejecting several offers from his current club to extend his deal.
So, would Morris be a good signing for QPR? We discuss…
“This would be a smart signing by the Hoops.
“QPR need a rebuilding season and Morris could certainly play a key role in the future success of this team.
“It’s a cost free move as he would be a free agent and would be the ideal replacement for Jordan Cousins who is set to depart Loftus Road.”
“He’d be a decent signing.
“There is going to be a lot of change at QPR over the summer and Warburton will want to bring in his own players. Morris’ style suits the new manager and it will be interesting to see how he could handle the step up.
“He has scored a lot of goals in League One over the years so deserves his chance.”
“This could be a good signing for QPR.
“An attacking midfielder who is capable of taking the game to the opposition, Morris could provide Rangers with the impetus they need to pick up the pace following an incredibly disappointing and lacklustre end to the season.
“This could be a promising first signing of the Warburton era.”
“Morris is a good player and has done well for Scunthorpe in League One over the past few seasons, so he deserves the chance to prove himself in the Championship.
“He would be a good signing for QPR, especially as he they would be getting him on a free transfer.
“QPR will face competition from their Championship rivals to sign him, but if they can, he could become an important player at Loftus Road.”