Queens Park Rangers are interested in a deal to bring Jack Rudoni to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium this summer.
That’s according to a report by talkSPORT, who claim that Amit Bhatia and the QPR hierarchy were impressed with the development of the AFC Wimbledon central midfielder last season, and believe that the 21-year-old has significant potential for the future.
As such, it is reported that Mark Warburton’s side are closely monitoring the situation of the youngster ahead of a potential move in the summer transfer window.
It had previously been reported back in January of 2020 that a number of Premier League and Championship sides were keen on a move for the midfielder, although he ultimately went on to sign a new contract with the League One side.
Considering just how impressive Rudoni was for Wimbledon last season, it is not difficult to see why the QPR bosses believe that the young midfielder has a bright future ahead of him in the game.
Indeed, over his 39 League One appearances for Mark Robinson’s side last term, the 21-year-old scored four goals, provided three assists and created four big chances for his teammates, in addition to making an average of 0.9 interceptions, 1.1 tackles and 0.9 key passes per game, as well as taking an average of 1.6 shots in each fixture.
These returns saw the £910-per-week man earn a seasonal SofaScore match rating of 6.82, ranking him as the Dons’ 10th-best performer in the third tier of English football, playing a huge role in ensuring the club’s survival in the division.
And, with a host of young talent already on the books at QPR, none more impressive than the likes of Ilias Chair, the addition of Rudoni would very much seem to be a fantastic addition to Warburton’s options in the middle of the park, not only for next season but for many years to come in the future of the Rs.
As such, it would appear to be highly advisable for Bhatia to do all he can to land the signing of the player Glyn Hodges dubbed a “tremendous” talent this summer, as Rudoni would indeed appear to have an exceptionally bright future ahead of him.