Queens Park Rangers are interested in a move to bring Andre Dozzell to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium this summer.
That’s according to a report by TWTD, who claim that Mark Warburton’s side, along with the likes of Brentford and Blackburn Rovers, are considering a move for the Ipswich Town midfielder upon the expiry of his contract at the end of the month.
It is reported that the Ipswich manager Paul Cook has informed the 22-year-old that he does not have a future at Portman Road and will subsequently be free to leave Suffolk in the coming weeks.
Considering just how important Dozzell was within the Tractor Boys’ side last season, the news that Cook has no intention of keeping the youngster on at the club this summer comes as something of a surprise.
Indeed, over his 43 League One appearances last term, the former England U20 international registered one assist and created 10 big chances for his teammates, as well as making an average of 1.5 interceptions, 1.7 tackles and 1.3 key passes per game.
As such, the fact that QPR are considering a move for the player whom Paul Simpson dubbed an “incredible” talent this summer is hardly surprising, as the £810k-rated man appears to be a fantastic prospect for the future, as well as already being a considerable talent at present.
Furthermore, with Dozzell being available on a free transfer, a deal for the midfielder would also be extremely kind on the Rs’ finances, leading us to the conclusion that Amit Bhatia simply must do everything he can to get a deal over the line for the Ipswich star this summer, as his signing would not only benefit Warburton’s side on the pitch, but he would also represent excellent value for money.