3 QPR players who may leave the club on loan before August 30th

QPR will need to enhance their team during the summer transfer window.

After narrowly avoiding relegation from the Championship no at the end of last season, the R’s have demonstrated that if they get things right in the market, they will be able to climb the table.

As a result, those connected to the club will be very interested in seeing who they can get to Loftus Road before the window closes on August 30th.

However, the club will also have to deal with potential outgoings, including among individuals who may benefit from a temporary move away, in the interests of furthering their careers with QPR in the future.

So with that in mind, we’ve taken a look at the three players currently with the Hoops, who may want to pursue a loan move away from the club over the course of the summer.

Charlie Kelman

Charlie Kelman joined QPR from Southend United in summer 2020 but has struggled to establish himself at the senior level.

Despite extending his contract at Loftus Road, he has had multiple loan spells, including a stint with Wigan Athletic in the second half of the 2023/24 season.

Although QPR needs a reliable goalscorer, it’s uncertain whether Kelman can fill that role, given his inconsistent scoring record with the Latics in League One.

As a result, another loan move that may provide him with another opportunity to regain his scoring touch might be a wise decision for all parties involved, allowing the 22-year-old to find form that may strengthen his long-term prospects, at QPR or elsewhere, for the coming season.

Taylor Richards

Taylor Richards joined QPR on loan from Brighton in the 2022/23 season, making the move permanent the following summer.

However, his tenure with the club has been marred by injuries, as he has made only 21 appearances in all competitions throughout his two seasons, starting just once in the Championship.

As a result, given how little football he has recently played, he is likely to be at the pace that the club will want him to be if he is to make a major impact for them in the future.

With that in mind, a loan move away that allows him to regain match fitness and sharpness through regular play could be ideal, allowing QPR to finally benefit from his potential when he returns later down the line.

Rayan Kolli

Rayan Kolli, who came up through the club’s youth ranks, eventually earned his shot at senior level with the Rs last season.

The right-winger made 11 appearances in all competitions for QPR in 2023/24, all of which came as a substitute in the first half of the season.

As a result, after falling down the pecking order in recent months as the club improved, he may struggle to make his way back into the lineup at the start of the season.

That may indicate that Kolli should seek a loan move away from QPR this summer in order to gain additional first-team experience, which might propel the 19-year-old’s career forward.

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