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QPR interested in Chuks Aneke

Queens Park Rangers are interested in a deal to bring Chuks Aneke to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium this summer.

What’s the talk?

That’s according to a report by TEAMtalk, who claim that QPR, along with Reading, Coventry City, Middlesborough and Bristol City, are keeping a close eye on the situation of the 27-year-old Charlton Athletic forward ahead of a potential move in the upcoming transfer window.

The £360k-rated support striker has been offered a new deal at The Valley, with his current contract in south-east London due to expire next month, however, with a host of Championship sides interested in his services, it appears unlikely Aneke will remain at the club beyond the summer.

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Bhatia must move

Considering just how impressive Aneke was for Charlton this season, it is unsurprising that a number of second-tier sides are considering a move for the former Arsenal forward this summer.

Over his 38 League One appearances this season, only 11 of which came as starts, the 27-year-old scored 15 goals, registered two assists and created three big chances, as well as taking an average of 2.3 shots and making 0.6 key passes per game.

As a result of these returns, the forward earned a seasonal SofaScore match rating of 7.03, ranking him as Nigel Adkins’ fifth-best performer in the third tier of English football.

What makes his metrics all the more impressive is the fact that £5.4k-per-week Aneke only averaged a mere 40 minutes on the pitch over his 38 league fixtures, demonstrating that he very much has the ability to come on and change a game.

As such, it would appear highly advisable for Amit Bhatia to do all he can to get a deal over the line for the forward this summer, as Aneke very much seems to possess the ability to play an important role in QPR’s squad next season – as Mark Warburton looks to build a side capable of mounting a push for the play-offs.

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And, with the man who Lee Bowyer dubbed as “unplayable” looking likely to be available on a free transfer, a move for the 27-year-old would not only improve Warburton’s options in attack, but would also be an extremely cost-effective signing for the Rs.

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