Plenty of QPR fans have reacted on Twitter after the club announced that Marco Ramkilde had signed for the club.
The 21-year-old is a centre forward who has joined up with the club’s U23 squad and has experience playing in his native country for both the club AaB as well as Denmark at various age levels.
Ramkilde has signed on an 18-month deal after being on trial at the club for a number of weeks.
The Dane had become a free agent after leaving AaB last season and has been out of action for a number of months due to a serious ankle injury, as per West London Sport.
Do you think Marco Ramkilde is a good signing?
Yes, looks a good deal
No, I'm not sure why we've signed him
Don't know enough about him
With the league being suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak, many clubs haven’t had a lot of news to release in recent days. QPR have bucked the trend with something positive to bring their fans.
Obviously, with the coronavirus spreading it is hard to envisage exactly just how much we will get to see of this player this season, but he still could be a handy replacement for Jordan Hugill if he was to get injured.
Here is what some fans are saying about the signing below…
Low cost punt on a player with potential. Worked with Eze, Manning, Chair, etc.
— kevin cole (@derbyhoop) March 17, 2020
Interesting to see how he does, nothing special looking at his goals to appearance ratio, and we already have a few decent young strikers like: Ody Alfa, Rem Oteh, and Lew Walker. But still hope he can bang in some goals
— Josh Fenwick (@JoshFenwick23) March 17, 2020
Will be interesting to see how he does💙
— R (@_RyanQPR_) March 17, 2020
Genius of warbs, doing business whilst everyone’s distracted! Welcome the new Bendtner
— RT (@richardtowns) March 17, 2020
Good Luck from all at https://t.co/6y17cKZeAv
— WeAreTheRangersBoys (@WATRBS) March 17, 2020
Best of luck marco Ramkilde. Heard good things about you….. If not a little unlucky injury wise
— Superhooper (@Superhooper13) March 17, 2020
While health is far more important than football and it seems as if the right decision has been made to suspend the game, many fans will be gutted it’s come to a halt when they were in such good form.
Mark Warburton’s team were six games unbeaten on the bounce before the suspension came into play, so fans will be crossing their fingers that the momentum they gained from that period still carries on if the season continues.