Queens Park Rangers director of football Les Ferdinand has confirmed Massimo Luongo is one player who could leave Loftus Road this summer.
Luongo is about to enter the final year of his contract and, with QPR in quite the financial predicament due to breaching Financial Fair Play regulations, something Ferdinand has also spoken about, the 26-year-old could be about to become a casualty.
“All our players are up for sale,” Ferdinand told The World Game. “There has been a bit of interest for Mass. We are a club that if the right offer comes in for one of our players – especially with the Financial Fair Play situation – we have to look at everything.
“It’s not just Mass specifically — it’s all the individuals at the football club.”
Clearly needing to sell players this summer and entering the final year of his deal, it is not hard to comprehend the thinking behind letting Luongo go.
And with a pass success rate of 71% (as per WhoScored), which you would have to say is not the greatest for a midfielder, it would not be a surprise to see some QPR fans not even bat an eyelid over his potential departure.
Factor in a very lacklustre goal record (failed to score a single goal back in the 2015/16 Championship season as per Transfermarkt) and his poor disciplinary record (averaged more fouls per game, 2.4, than any other QPR player), and it becomes even more apparent that now could be a good time for Luongo and QPR to part ways.
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