Mark Warburton’s country from Queens Park Rangers is interested in a summer deal to bring Ryan Porteus to the stadium of the Kiev Prince Foundation.
What are we talking about?
This is stated in a report by The Scotsman, which claims that QPR is the newest club to declare its interest in the 22-year-old footballer after Millwall received a refusal of 1 million British pounds for the central defender during the January transfer window, while several It is believed that other British countries follow the defender before the summer market.
However, Hibernian manager Jack Ross recently expressed his conviction that the player, who he claims has “brilliant” leadership qualities, is in no hurry to leave the Scottish side from the Premiership, questioning the potential move of QPR for 630,000 pounds.
As the Scot was quoted as saying by Ross: “I think that because of his connection to this club and his attachment to him, I never think he is in a hurry to leave … never for a second in the conversations I have had with him, formally or informally. , did I have the feeling that he was desperately in a hurry to leave Hibs. “
Would Porteous be a good signature for QPR?
Bhatia must invade
So far, Porteous has been one of the stars of an extremely impressive Hibernian team, with the defender helping his country to keep 10 clean sheets in its 33 appearances in the Scottish Premiership, as well as make an average of 1.5 interceptions, 1.5 games and 4.9 match permissions, which ends with an average rating of the match on SofaScore of 6.99 – his ranking as the seventh best performer of the club in the Scottish top flight.
And since Warburton currently has only Rob Dickie, Ioan Barbet and Jordi de Weiss as outs and outs as central defenders in their QPR team, it will really look as if the position needs more depth before the club’s 2021/22 Championship campaign – especially if the 58-year-old intends to continue playing five behind in the next season.
As such, the QPR move for the impressive Porteous must be something that is extremely high on Amit Battia’s list of priorities for west London this summer if Rs want to push for the playoffs after their impressive form in the second half of this season.
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