With the season now finally at its’ end, it means that clubs across the country will be saying farewell to the loan players who have contributed to their campaigns across the course of the past however many months.
QPR of course, are no different, with the club bidding farewell to three loanees with the end of their season, with the trio having enjoyed varying degrees of success during their time at The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Striker Jordan Hugill has had an impressive campaign with Rangers since joining from West Ham on a temporary basis last summer, ending the season as the club’s joint top-scorer with 15 goals in all competitions.
Midfielder Luke Amos meanwhile has made 35 appearances in total since joining from Tottenham, scoring twice, although another Spurs loanee – winger Jack Clarke – has struggled for game time since joining in January, making just seven appearances – starting just once in an FA Cup defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.
Taking to Twitter following the end of their loan spells, plenty of QPR fans were keen to reflect on the performances of the trio, and discuss the prospect of permanent for any of those three.
Here, we take a look at what some of those supporters had to say.
2 out of 3 was good
— Barry Strong (@bazzer62) July 24, 2020
I’d definitely take back Hugill and Clarke. Amos has the potential to get better. Best of luck to all 3 of them! 👍
— DazzaQPR (@dazza_qpr) July 24, 2020
Thank you all 👏🏻🙌🏻. Clarke should have been given more game time and could be massive for us next season I agree. Hugill was superb up top in terms of holding the ball and bringing others into action. Amos was superb in interceptions and stand tackling this season. Well done all!
— Sim Jing Ying (@Simisatweeter) July 24, 2020
Amos was class, defo need to get him on a permanent
— Charlie VDB (@charlievdb1) July 25, 2020
I’d have hugill back if we can do a deal
— Paul Thomas (@paultomothomas) July 24, 2020
Hard to replace.
— DerbyCityHibby (@CityHibby) July 24, 2020
come back @JordanHugill
— ST (@STQPR_) July 24, 2020