Queens Park Rangers are one of numerous clubs interested in signing Scottish Premiership striker Kane Hemmings, according to the Daily Mail.
The 24-year-old Englishman signed with Dundee in the summer of 2015, following a spell with English League One side Barnsley.
Despite a relatively unsuccessful tenure with The Tykes, Hemmings’ move to Dundee has proved fruitful, with the Englishman having netting 21 league goals in the top division this campaign.
Ranking amongst the best strikers in Scotland currently, it is of no surprise teams south of the border have made their interest known. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s QPR have stuttered in their push for promotion back to the Premier League, however the presence of Hemmings could provide The Hoops with the attacking firepower necessary to surge up The Championship next season.
According to the Daily Mail, Hemmings’ buy-out clause at Dundee is priced at £250,000. Such a figure could tempt a number of other supposedly interested sides, including Blackburn and Derby, to cash in on the PFA Scotland Player of the Year nominee.
With the 2015/16 season reaching its conclusion, teams will be turning their attention towards the transfer market as speculation begins to mount on potential moves.