QPR poised for major changes after budget cuts

A number of key players could be set to leave Queens Park Rangers in the summer with the West London club set to slash the playing budget by at least a third according to Get West London.

The Hoops have announced the significant cuts to next season’s playing budget meaning that a number of the club’s top earners could be offered reduced deals to remain at the club or be left with the option of a Loftus Road exit.

QPR spent heavily during their time in the Premier League and have struggled to balance the books following their relegation to the Championship with the club still employing a number of players on high wages. It is now understood that the club will change their recruitment strategy going forward with a greater emphasis on producing home grown players and implementing a new wage cap at Loftus Road as the club aim to be self sustainable.

Junior Hoilett, Alejandro Faurlin, Armand Traore, Karl Henry, Samba Diakite, Rob Green, Paul Konchesky, Clint Hill and Oscar Gobern are all out of contract at the end of the current campaign and the players are expected to leave the club unless they agree to significant wage cuts to remain with The Hoops.

QPR have had a frustrating season in the Championship with the club sitting in mid table. Manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is set to embark on a huge rebuilding programme over the summer as the West London club seek a more successful campaign next season.

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