It was being reported on Thursday that new Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton was continuing his plans for his first team squad in the Championship campaign of 2019/20 and that he was going to return for a player he worked with at Rangers.
23-year-old goalkeeper Liam Kelly came through the youth ranks at Ibrox but he failed to make a single appearance for them, instead gaining first team experience during loan spells with East Fife and Livingston.
Having impressed at Livingston in the campaign of 2016/17, they returned for his services on a permanent basis at the beginning of the 2017 season and his career tally of games now stands at 98 appearances across all competitions.
The Daily Record reported that with Warburton knowing exactly what the player is capable of, and believing he will make significant improvements in the years to come.
He’s also now into his final 12 months of his contract and they claim he has a reduced relegation release clause (£50,000) that we can use as a guide to get a permanent deal done.
Steve Clarke has also recently brought him into the Scottish international side and as you’d expect given the rumour mill, plenty of sides are being linked with him.