MANCHESTER UNITED midfielder Sean Goss is set to have a medical at QPR.
The 21-year-old midfielder, who signed for the club from Exeter City in 2012, had been seen as one of Manchester United’s highest rated young players, and had even been allowed to train with the first team squad on a number of occasions. However while he was part of the U21 team that won the Premier League title in 2015, it has been decided that he won’t be breaking into the first team anytime soon and have decided to sell up.
This is where QPR have stepped in. Their returning head coach Ian Holloway is looking to reshape the squad and is reverting to one of his old transfer strategies. While at Blackpool, he would sign much of the young talent from big teams that wasn’t quite good enough to graduate from their youth teams into their first team. While he did sign some flops, he did come up big at times especially when he signed Tom Ince from Liverpool. And now with Goss set to leave Old Trafford, Holloway has swooped in again.
With Goss being highly rated and having a big future ahead of him, QPR snuck in and are set to get the midfielder for the small fee of £500K. While he isn’t proven at this level, he could end up paying that fee in great performances for years to come should he come close to his potential.
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