Tuesday, 11 August 2015

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand says the club want Charlie Austin's future "resolved as quickly as possible".

Speaking to the London Evening Standard, Ferdinand also revealed Rangers will offer the striker a new contract if his £15m asking price is not met.
"These things always seem to drag on, but from the club's perspective you want it resolved as quickly as possible," he said.
"The price is still £15m and the only firm bid that has come in is still from Leicester. Everyone feels that bids are going to come in for him, it's just a matter of when. But if a club doesn't pay the fee, then we will offer him a new contract to get him to stay."

No comments:

Post a Comment