Queens Park Rangers were thumped by Preston North End yesterday as they suffered a 4-1 defeat, which has made it even harder for Steve McClaren to secure a play-off spot.
The Hoops have certainly come on leaps and bounds under the guidance of the Englishman, but their current transfer embargo certainly won’t help their play-off push.
Although, it appears as if the London club will wave goodbye to one of their talented youngsters this month, as according to West London Sport, Paul Smyth will be allowed to move out on loan this month.
Smyth will be allowed to make a move away from the club in search of first team football, after struggling to make his way into McClaren’s plans in the current campaign, despite signing a new deal at Loftus Road recently.
It’s believed that the attacker has attracted the interest of a number of clubs already, with regular football being the main aim at this point in his football career.
Paul Smyth has plenty of potential and he has already impressed at Loftus Road during his limited minutes on the field in the current campaign. But, a loan move away seems the most suitable move at this moment in time as it’s important that he is allowed to develop at the age of 21, with McClaren keeping a close eye.
So, the Hoops look set to wave goodbye to the talented attacker as he will be allowed to leave this month.
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