A report from West London Sport has claimed that Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sean Goss is close to making a move to League One outfit Shrewsbury Town, with a free transfer on the cards.
Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton has deemed midfielder Sean Goss surplus to requirements and the foemer Manchester United youngster now looks set to make a move away from the club, with League One side Shrewsbury Town said to be in talks with the Championship club over a deal to bring him in.
With Warburton keen to offload Goss as soon as possible, the club are willing to let him leave on a free transfer, with the Shrews close to snapping him up. While Shrewsbury are seemingly leading the chase for Goss, it is said that a number of clubs have also expressed interest in the 23-year-old this summer.
Goss has played just seven times for the Queens Park Rangers senior team, so it is unsurprising to see that Warburton does not have a place for him in his squad.
He started his career with Exeter City before joining up with the Manchester United academy as a youngster. After spending time in the youth ranks with the Red Devils he joined QPR in January 2017. Since then, he has spent time out on loan with Scottish sides Rangers (15 games, two goals and two assists) and St Johnstone (seven games, one assist).
Now, after an unsuccessful stint with QPR, he looks set to make a move away, with Shrewsbury Town leading the chase.