QPR midfielder Axel Prohouly has completed a loan switch to Sky Bet League One side Port Vale.

His first move to England came after signing from AS Monaco as a 17-year-old.

The versatile midfielder learnt his trade alongside Sebastien Amoros and Anthony de Freitas.

The now 19-year-old has since continued his fine form and has represented France at youth level.

Axel appeared 18 times for the Under-21’s, netting five goals on his way to an R’s first team debut at the end of last season.

Prohouly becomes Vale’s latest loan signing, with QPR team-mate Olamide Shapido joining yesterday.

Michael Brown made the midfielder his sixth signing of the January transfer window, with the highly rated midfielder being earmarked as youngster by QPR Director of Football, Les Ferdinand.

The loan signing follows goalkeeper Jak Alnwick’s permanent deal to Scottish Premiership side Rangers for an undisclosed fee.

The ‘keeper agreed a three-and-a-half-year deal with the Scottish side after making 67 appearances since signing for Vale in August 2015.

The former Sunderland and Newcastle shot-stopped has continuously hit form this season, reaping awards in the EFL and Football League Paper Team of the Week.

Jak was also a part of the Vale side who went 320 minutes of the opening of the 2016-17 season without conceding a goal in the EFL.

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