Having already made a number of impressive additions to the summer transfer market, the Queens Park Rangers are showing no sign of easing in the search for signings as Mark Warburton’s squad connect with new players on an almost daily basis.
Having signed Andre Dozzell, Charlie Austin, Jordan Archer, Jordy de Wijs, Sam Field, Sam McCallum and Jimmy Dunne this summer, you’d think Amit Bhatia and Mark Warburton will put their feet up for the rest of the transfer window.
That certainly doesn’t seem to be the case, however, as the Rs recently pursued a deal for Manchester City midfielder Tommy Doyle.
And considering how much potential the 19-year-old seems to have, his arrival would be the icing on the cake if the West London club manage to land a deal for the England U20 international this summer extremely impressive window for QPR.
Would Doyle be a good addition to QPR?
Bhatia master class
Bhatia and Warburton appear to have approached QPR’s summer transfer business based on the idiom Forge the iron while it’s hotAfter their remarkable form in the second half of last season, it seems like the Rs will be a force to be reckoned with in the coming championship season.
This would only be compounded by the arrival of Doyle, who despite his tender age has already made his Premier League and Champions League debuts for Pep Guardiola’s side, with the Spaniard referring to the midfielder as a “special” player.
Indeed, it is clear why Guardiola is so impressed with the £ 900,000 man. He has scored nine goals and provided 15 assists in over 50 games for Manchester City’s U23 team.
So if Doyle actually moves to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium this summer, we wouldn’t be betting that he will thrive in the championship next season while the deal itself would be a massive coup for the club, and another master class from Bhatia.
With the highly rated Dozzell joining Warburton’s side recently, the prospect of the 22-year-old and the Man City starlet playing for the Rs in the middle of the park next season is sure to be a delightful prospect for both the club’s managers and fans equally.
In other news: QPR is waiting for bargain hunting for highly rated “assassins”, Warburton certainly buzzing