Queens Park Rangers are expected to submit a second transfer offer for out of contract Bristol City winger Luke Freeman according to the Bristol Post.
The R’s are already believed to have seen an initial bid for the 24-year-old Dartford born wide man rejected by The Robins but QPR manager Ian Holloway has not given up hope of signing the player and is set to return with an improved offer.
Freeman is one of two targets in that position for QPR with the club also thought to be eyeing a loan move for Brighton & Hove Albion winger Kazenga Lua Lua.
Freeman was on the books of Charlton Athletic and Gillingham as a youngster before being picked up by the Arsenal academy after becoming The Gills’ youngest first team player at 15 years 233 days. The winger failed to make a senior appearance for Arsenal and after enjoying loan spells at Yeovil Town and Stevenage, Freeman joined the latter for an undisclosed fee in January 2012.
The winger impressed at Broadhail Way making 128 appearances for Boro scoring 17 goals and in summer 2014 the player moved to current club Bristol City for an undisclosed fee.
Freeman has played an important role since joining The Robins in both the club’s promotion to the Sky Bet Championship and their continued growth in English football’s second tier and The Robins will lose a talented player should the winger move to Loftus Road.