QPR chiefs fear they have too many new players

Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes

Bosses at Queens Park Rangers feel the crisis situation at the club is being caused by the number of new faces signed to the squad, the Sun reports.

Mark Hughes signed 12 new players in the transfer window, including goalkeeper Julio Cesar, who was brought in from Inter Milan, Rob Green from West Ham, Andrew Johnson from Fulham and Ryan Nelsen from Tottenham. The Sun reports that a club insider revealed: “What looked like a Loftus Road revolution this summer has actually brought together a disparate group of players. It’s not a team – yet.”

QPR have not won any of their Premier League games so far this season and are currently at the bottom of the table, getting just two points out of six matches.

The club insider added: “No-one is panicking but give it another four or five games and things could start to get twitchy.”

Owner Tony Fernandes has invested more than £50 million into the signings.

QPR’s next fixture is against West Brom tomorrow.