Sheffield United are interested in a summer move for QPR defender Jack Robinson, as per a report by HITC Sport.
Robinson, who can play as either a centre-back or a left-back, has impressed for QPR this season but they will face a battle to keep hold of him this summer.
The 24 year-old’s contract expires in less than three months time and QPR are yet to offer him a new one. This has left their Championship rivals Sheffield United on red alert.
The Blades have had a great season in the second tier following their promotion from League One in the last campaign. Chris Wilder has made some very shrewd signings for them and looks to already be planning some more in preparation for next season.
Jack Robinson would be a decent coup for Sheffield United. He started his career at Liverpool and went on to play 11 games for the Reds as a youngster. He had loan spells away from Anfield at Wolves and Blackpool before being leaving Liverpool on a permanent basis to join QPR in August 2014.
He was loaned out to Huddersfield Town immediately after joining QPR and made 30 appearances for the Terriers in the 2014/15 season. Robinson’s time at QPR has been affected by injury but he so far this season he has been fit and has nailed down a first-team spot.
Ian Holloway’s side will not want to lose him at the end of the season, especially to another Championship. However, if they don’t act soon and tie him down a new deal, he could be leaving Loftus Road in the summer.