Luke Freeman has been one of the positives in a very disappointing season for Queens Park Rangers.
The 27-year-old has put in some very bright performances in the Rs’ midfield, bright performances that have not gone unnoticed.
Leeds United are just one team said to be interested in Freeman’s services (talkSPORT), and John Eustace has since been speaking about his future.
“I don’t know,” Eustace was quoted as saying by Football.London when asked if Freeman would be staying at Loftus Road.
“Luke’s a top player at this level so it’s only a good thing that there’s clubs watching him. It’s good for the club but hopefully he’ll be at the club next season because we need all of our top players.”
Given the season QPR have had and some of the teams interested in him, an exit out of the west London club might sound appealing to Freeman.
It might, however, be worth sticking around a bit longer and seeing what direction the Rs head in under Mark Warburton.
After all, the English winger has played some of the best football of his career at Loftus Road and is a guaranteed starter in this QPR team.
The same might not be the case at his next club, who could be another Championship outfit, making any potential transfer a gamble and possible career side step depending on where QPR are next term.
Ultimately, staying at Loftus Road for another season could be Freeman’s best bet, seeing where they go with a new boss at the helm.
If it is nowhere, then the former Bristol City man should pursue a move elsewhere.
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