Queens Park Rangers are looking to sign free agent Moses Odubajo, as their impressive summer recruitment drive continues [West London Sport].
The Lowdown: QPR enjoy extremely busy transfer window ahead of 2021/22
Moving into 2021/22, Mark Warburton has been extremely busy preparing his squad for a push towards the play-off places this time around.
Making major inroads in the transfer window, the Hoops have signed no fewer than seven players in the form of Andre Dozzell, Charlie Austin, Jimmy Dunne, Jordan Archer, Sam McCallum, Jordy De Wijs and Sam Field [Transfermarkt].
Could the R’s now be set for an eighth summer acquisition after recent reports?
Would Odubajo be a good signing for QPR?
The Latest: Odubajo poised to become eighth summer signing after successful trial period
QPR are said to be intent on pressing ahead with bringing in 27-year-old Odubajo after he impressed on trial at the club [West London Sport].
Most recently of Sheffield Wednesday, the full-back featured for Rangers recently in a 2-1 friendly victory over Portsmouth behind closed doors.
He is mooted to be coming in as a replacement for QPR right-back Todd Kane, who is set to be axed from the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, despite having 12 months left on his deal [West London Sport].
The Verdict: Odubajo would be an astute signing by QPR
In the increasingly expensive modern-day market, being able to pick up someone of Odubajo’s quality and experience for nothing would be positive business by the Queens Park Rangers hierarchy.
In 2020/21, the London-born defender made 22 appearances for the Owls across all competitions [Transfermarkt].
Strong in defence, the ex-England Under-20 international managed to make an average of 1.7 tackles per game across the piece [WhoScored]. He also provides some attacking impetus from the flank, racking up 19 goals and 31 assists throughout his career.
Once labelled as ‘terrific’ by Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce, the R’s should look to finalise a deal as soon as possible for his services [My London Sport].
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