Queens Park Rangers are one of a host of English clubs who are considering moving for Rajiv van La Parra after the winger became a free agent.
The Dutchman will be known to fans in this country having previously played for Wolves and Huddersfield, with the 28-year-old helping the Terriers to the Premier League under David Wagner, whilst he has also had loan spells with Brighton and Middlesbrough over the years.
However, van La Parra’s most recent spell in the game came with Red Star Belgrade, who he joined from Huddersfield last year. His time with the Serbian giants is over now though, with the Daily Mail claiming that the R’s are one of five sides keeping tabs on the wide man.
They state that Norwich, Swansea, Blackburn and Millwall are also interested in van La Parra and they add that finding a club could be easier for the player now given the financial impacts the current situation has had on the market.
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Mark Warburton’s need for pace and flair down the flanks could increase significantly in the coming months as the Londoners face a huge battle to keep hold of their two prized assets in Eberechie Eze and Bright Osayi-Samuel.
The club have already rejected a bid from Club Brugge, in the region of £3m, for the latter and Eze is thought to be a target for Tottenham and reports claimed earlier this year that the attacking midfielder could leave for Spurs in a £20m deal.