QPR are closer towards securing the next possible destination for the midfielder Joey Barton, who was recently stripped of the captaincy and punished severely by the club.
Joey Barton damaged the reputation of the club and the final day of last season after his theatrics in the match against Manchester city. He was found guilty by the English football Association on various accounts and has been handed a 12 match ban that would see him miss most of this season. In order to reduce the losses, the club has been looking to sell the player out on a loan deal till the end of the season.
QPR have secured their first major signing of the summer after capturing former West Ham United goalkeeper Robert Green on a free transfer.
The England international was out of contract at the end of this season, but he did not agree a deal with West Ham United to extend his stay at Upton Park. It was initially thought that he would be moving to Spanish club Malaga where he was offered around £ 40,000 per week.
However, he has decided to extend his stay in London after signing a deal with QPR, who managed to secure a Premier league place despite the 3-2 defeat at the hands of Manchester City on the final day of last season.
Manchester city defender Joleon Lescott has said that the club should certainly not take their opponents on the final day of the season QPR lightly.
QPR will be visiting the Etihad stadium on the last day of the season knowing that they can still survive even after a defeat.
They are currently two points above Bolton in the relegation fight. The final relegation spot will be decided between QPR and Bolton. While Bolton are up against the prospect of beating Stoke city at the Britannia stadium, QPR will know that they can survive realistically with a point from the Etihad stadium.
QPR manager Mark Hughes has said that his team must make full use of the 2-1 win over Arsenal last weekend in order to get out of the relegation troubles this season.
QPR have previously won against Chelsea and Liverpool at home this season, but have been unable to carry on the impressive run against the lesser teams.
As a result, they find themselves in the bottom three of the Premier league, which will result in relegation at the end of the season. Following the 2-1 win over Arsenal, which helped them stay in touch with the other relegation strugglers, Mark Hughes demanded his team to take on the positives from this match to other matches as well.
QPR manager Mark Hughes has said that his club are currently too good to go down into the Championship.
Despite the arrival of former Manchester city manager Mark Hughes and a number of high profile players in the January transfer window, QPR are still struggling down near the bottom of the Premier league table.
There is a real chance that QPR will be the only club most of the trio promoted from the Championship last season to go straight back down. This is because both Norwich and Swansea are in a much comfortable position than QPR, who are in the 17 position in the table.
QPR's on loan Manchester United striker Federico Macheda has said that he wants to emulate the success achieved by previous Manchester United youngsters like Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley.
Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck have both proven that manager Sir Alex Ferguson always provides the opportunities to players if they are good enough to play for Manchester United. Danny Welbeck spent one season on loan at Sunderland, while Tom Cleverley was at Wigan athletic on loan last season.
Both these loan deals have proven to be extremely successful for all parties involved and Federico Macheda hopes to achieve the same with his loan spell at QPR.
Federico Macheda arrived at loan on QPR after a number of clubs are reportedly interested in him. The Italian made his debut for Manchester United in 2009 in the match against Aston Villa. It provided him with almost instant success, as he hit the injury time winner that gave Manchester United all three points.