Queens Park Rangers made a terrible start to proceedings but things have changed for the better as they’ve been able to enjoy some positive results in recent times.
The Hoops would have had their sights set on challenging for a play-off spot prior to the start of this season, but things haven’t exactly panned out that way. And, it looks as if the London club are planning on offloading a number of players, as according to the Daily Star (28th September, page 51) (via HITC), QPR are willing to listen to offers for Matt Smith, Osman Kakay and Idrissa Sylla.
Queens Park Rangers are willing to listen to offers for three of their fringe players in January.
The trio have stagnated behind the scenes in the current campaign, with a limited amount of appearances shared between them.
Unlike the 29-year-old, whose deal runs until 2020, Sylla and Kakay are each out of contract at the end of the campaign.
Queens Park Rangers drafted in the likes of Nakhi Wells and Tomer Hemed during the summer transfer window, so it comes as no surprise that McClaren is looking to get rid of any fringe players.
Both Smith and Sylla played their part for the Hoops last season, but their spells at Loftus Road look to be coming to an end after a rather rushed summer.