Date: 3rd July 2019 at 6:25am
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With a few arrivals at Queens Park Rangers in recent days as new manager Mark Warburton continues to tweak his first team squad ahead of the coming 2019/20 Championship campaign, striker Matt Smith had featured heavily in departure speculation and this week Millwall finally got their man.

The 30-year-old has made the switch out to The Den for an undisclosed fee and many fans simply presume he’s going to be one of many departures this summer as we look to wheel and deal in the summer market.

Having joined us from Fulham back in the January 2017 window, he went on to make 102 appearances for the club across all competitions, returning 23 goals and despite his more substitute nature last year under then manager Steve McClaren, he still chipping in with eight goals in 2018/19.

The player himself sent a classy message out to the fans on Monday when his departure was confirmed and plenty appreciated his sentiment.

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