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QPR and Bristol City renew interest in England left back.

Jay Da Silva is currently a Chelsea player, who was loaned out along with many other young prospects last season. Da Silva managed to impress at Bristol City leaving the Robins fans hopeful to sign the 21-year-old.

Previously on loan to Charlton Athletic for two seasons in a row, Da Silva hasn’t failed to impress wherever he has been. It is this consistency, plus his footballing education at Stamford Bridge that marks him out

The Young Lion is currently in Italy for the U21 European Championships, which is the reason his move seems to be slowed down. It has been decided that upon his return the 21 year old will make his decision on where the future lies for him.

Da Silva scored no goals for the Robins. However he made an impressive 28 appearances for Bristol City during his season-long loan. Bristol City fans will be even more eager to sign the young prospect after the sale of fellow Under-21 left back Lloyd Kelly. Kelly left City to join Bournemouth for a large sum of £13 Million. This leaves the fans hopeful of a return for Da Silva as this leaves the club with no out and out left back.

Out of the two teams that are linked with a move for Da Silva, Bristol City have the upper hand. QPR will not be able to offer the money the Robins are willing to pay, and also the young Lion has spoken about how much he has enjoyed his time at the club from the south west.

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