QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin announces his plans of leaving the Championship side as the season ends.

The player wrote on a popular social media app, Instagram. He announced via a post that his long spell with the Championship side is at an end.

The 29-year-old Argentinian midfielder arrived at the club in 2009 and has enjoyed lots of firm support from Loftus Road fans and is easily one of the favourites. Faurlin was an integral member of the 2011 Championship-winning side, but has suffered terrible luck since, suffering three anterior cruciate ligament injuries. However, he was fit again this season and has made 30 appearances in the QPR midfield, but his contract has now expired and it seems he is not going to be offered a new deal.

Faurlin posted:

“After seven seasons, a long journey with some tough, difficult spells, but with some of the best and more precious moments in my career, I write to say goodbye.
“I won’t comment on the decision. I just want to thank everyone at QPR.”
“Thanks to every single person who works behind the scenes, you have all been so important to me and to us the players.
“And massive thanks to the fans, for your support and your loyalty, especially in the bad moments. I will be eternally grateful for that.

“I am really happy and pleased to have been fit and available for selection all season.

“I want more, I am healthy and I want to play football more than ever!”

The player joins the list of players that would exit the club at the season’s end. Other include former England goalkeeper Rob Green, defender Clint Hill and midfielder Alejandro Faurlin. Samba Diakite, Oscar Gobern, Armand Traore and Yun Suk-young will also leave Loftus Road when their contracts expire at the end of next month.