Date: 24th March 2020 at 6:00pm
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With most of the transfer rumours in recent days being about players leaving rather than joining QPR, fans should be happy to see themselves linked to a player.

Alfie Kilgour, just 21, has been attracting interest from both the Premier League and Championship this season due to the performances he has been churning out for Bristol Rovers in League One.

With Rovers sat in midtable, his performances at centre back have not gone unnoticed, and with uncertainties around when football may start again, he may have had his last game in a Rovers shirt if the season cannot get up and running again.

According to Bristol Live, Premier League sides in Southampton and Bournemouth both have their eyes on the defender, but Millwall and Queens Park Rangers have also been keeping tabs on the defender, who has played 44 times this season, scoring three goals in the process.

Considering his contract expires in the summer of 2021, the club are likely to want to cash in on him while they can, rather than risk him going for a free at the end of the season afterwards.

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With Bristol Rovers hardly being the biggest of all clubs, the Gas could really benefit from any juicy transfer fee. Nevertheless, the Bath-born player is said to be living his boyhood dream by playing for Rovers, and many supporters allegedly tip him as their future skipper.

With coronavirus making it unclear just how this summer’s transfer window will pan out, it is hard to make predictions. Regardlessly, with QPR needing to shore up their defence, this could be a fantastic addition to the long-term.

According to WhoScored, the defender has been pretty consistent with his performances this season. He has an average rating of 6.79/10 from his 33 games – the sixth highest in the who squad.

Furthermore, he averages 1.3 interceptions, 4.4 clearances and 1.1 tackles per game, representing some decent stats.

While no fee has been mentioned, his contractual situation suggests that they should no have to pay too much for the player.