QPR, QPR interested in move for departed Aberdeen man along with two clubs

QPR interested in move for departed Aberdeen man along with two clubs

QPR are interested in a move for departed Aberdeen defender Kieran Ngwenya, according to the Daily Record (live transfer blog, 24.06.24, 10.08).

QPR are eyeing up a potential swoop for the left-back as they look to bolster their ranks this summer. They are preparing for another year in the Championship after they stayed up last season under the guidance of Spanish boss Marti Cifuentes.

QPR, QPR interested in move for departed Aberdeen man along with two clubs
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Ngwenya, 21, has cut ties with Aberdeen recently after they decided not to extend his contract following the end of the last campaign. He has become a free agent and will be weighing up his next move in the game.

According to the Daily Record, the Hoops are weighing up a move for him and could try and lure him down the border to England. However, Partick Thistle and Dunfermline Athletic have also been credited with an interest and may try and keep him up in Scotland.

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QPR, QPR interested in move for departed Aberdeen man along with two clubs

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QPR eye defender

QPR could see Ngwenya as a player with potential and someone who could be a key player for their first-team down the line.

If they were to bring him to London, he would likely initially just be used as a back-up option for their defensive department.

QPR, QPR interested in move for departed Aberdeen man along with two clubs
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He made his Aberdeen debut back in 2020 but has spent the past few years out on loan from the Scottish Premiership outfit.

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The Malawi international has had spells away from Pittodrie at Cove Rangers, Kelty Hearts, Raith Rovers and Partick Thistle to get some experience under his belt.

The latter want him back after they missed out on promotion from the Scottish Championship last term.

Ngwenya has a big decision to make on what to do next as he weighs up his options.

Staying in Scotland would boost his chances of getting regular game time. However, it would be hard to turn down the chance to join a team like QPR, especially if he isn’t guaranteed regular minutes.

What next for QPR?

The R’s were too close to the drop zone for comfort last season and will want to avoid a repeat of that.

They need to get their recruitment spot on over the next few weeks as they prepare for their return for pre-season.

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