Sean Goss has joined QPR on a permanent deal as they look to strengthen as the window gets closer to shutting.
The Manchester United man is costing QPR £500,000 and should hopefully be fit to play against Burton Albion for QPR on Saturday.
A deal which at first looked to be a loan has turned into a purchase for the United who has already been dubbed as the next ‘Michael Carrick’. Having only made into onto the bench once during his spell as United it looks as if playing time has driven the move for the 21-year-old.
With the likes of Sandro and Chery out the club there is certainly a space for midfielders to break into the QPR team and Goss will be hoping to play alongside QPR’s other youngster, Ryan Manning who shined in their 1-1 draw with Fulham at the weekend.
Holloway has shown his intent with the outgoings at the club and this affirms his view that QPR is no longer a club for wasters to come to for a big payout before the retire but a young hungry squad who in time will aim for promotion.
Article by @GusSkinner