QPR midfielder Ryan Manning could potentially be recalled from his loan at Rotherham United in January, according to Football.London.
QPR are also not prepared to sell the 22-year-old midfielder to the Millers on a permanent basis either as they still rate him highly.
Rotherham snapped up Manning in August on a season-long loan but there is a chance that QPR could recall him in January. The London side loaned him out for him to get some more regular first-team action.
Manning has impressed so far for Paul Warne’s side and has scored twice in ten games in the Championship. He has slotted nicely into their midfield so they will be disappointed if he returns to Loftus Road in two months’ time.
He started his career at Irish second tier side Mervue United and spent one season there before signing for Galway United in 2014. Manning played a key part in Galway’s promotion to the Irish Premier Division in his first campaign at the club.
QPR then swooped to sign him in January 2015 and reportedly saw off Premier League interest to bring him to London. Manning has since played 37 games for QPR and has chipped in with three goals since his switch from Ireland. He has also represented Republic of Ireland at U17, U19 and U21 level so far in his career.
The aim for Rotherham this season is to stay up and keeping Manning for the whole season will be a major boost for Warne’s side.