QPR linked with Wolves forward Mason

HTIC Sport say QPR want Wolves striker Joe Mason.

Nottingham Forest are also said to be keen on the 26-year-old, whose future at Molineux appears to be in doubt.

The former Cardiff man is among several Wolves players who have been tipped to move this summer.

Meanwhile, Sheffield United and Bolton also want to sign QPR target Tommie Hoban, according to Get West London.

West London Sport recently reported that the R’s are looking to take Hoban to Loftus Road on loan from Watford and are also planning to make an offer for Barnsley right-back Andy Yiadom

Get West London reckon Hoban is also wanted by the Wanderers and the Blades, who were both promoted to the Championship last season.

Centre-back Hoban, 23, spent last season on loan at Blackburn and is expected to be loaned out again.

Get West London have also claimed that QPR are interested in FC Lausanne-Sport defender Benjamin Kololli.

The Kosovo international, 25, is among a host of players Get West London have linked with the R’s in recent weeks.

Get West London say a Rangers scout will attend Brentford’s pre-season friendly against Lausanne-Sport because they are keeping tabs on Kololli, who is apparently wanted by top-flight clubs in France and Germany.

Get West London have also claimed that QPR want Derby County defender Cyrus Christie.

Following reports that the Republic of Ireland international could be allowed to leave Pride Park, Get West London linked him with a potential move to Loftus Road.

Get West London  have previously said that Rangers are “thought to be interested” in Newcastle’s Sammy Ameobi, “rumoured to be interested in Dijon forward Mamadou Thiam and “rumoured to be interested in making an approach” for Lorient winger Denis Bouanga.

Get West London have also recently linked with R’s with Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham, who is set to join Swansea, and 41-year-old keeper Shay Given, and linked Conor Washington with a possible move to Birmingham after fans’ website Vital Birmingham City published an article asking whether Washington might be the kind of forward who might succeed at St Andrews.

 

 




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