Date: 8th August 2019 at 1:25pm
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With Queens Park Rangers Director of Football Les Ferdinand, and manager Mark Warburton speaking about the future of Australian midfielder Mass Luongo and the likelihood he would move on this summer, earlier this morning the club confirmed he had completed the expected switch out to Sheffield Wednesday.

The 26-year-old moves on for an undisclosed fee but we’ll have picked up a couple of million I would expect even with him having so little time left on his contract at Loftus Road.

Having joined us from Swindon Town back in May 2015, his four year stay saw him make 152 appearances across all competitions and he chipped in with ten goals.

The player himself took to Instagram to send a very heartfelt message to the fans following his departure.

“After an amazing four seasons my time at QPR is over. I have met some great people throughout my time here. QPR will always feel like a home to me. Thank you to all the players I have shared a dressing room with, for pushing me every day and allowing me to enjoy my work. Thank you to all the staff who helped me over the years. Some great people who are and always will be a part of the QPR family! And thank you to the QPR fans for supporting us through the good times and not so good times. Thank you for accepting me and my family and making us feel a part of this club. We will always remember the electric atmospheres at Loftus Road. Finally, good kuck to the team. They are definitely ones to look out for this season, a great group on and off the park. I will be relishing the challenge to play against them soon! Bye for now…”

Despite some mixed thoughts in the fanbase when it came to Luongo’s qualities, he’s given us good service and fans had accepted he would be off this summer, so he was wished well on social media when the confirmation came in.

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