Rob Green: Nobody is safe from QPR's summer cull

Queens Park Rangers are expected to be very busy over the summer transfer window.

Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Rob Green has told Get West London that he thinks there will be a lot of players leaving Loftus Road this summer.

QPR are set to sell a number of their first-teamers as they look to cut costs following their relegation to the Championship, and Green doesn't think that anyone can feel that their future at the club is secure.

The experienced stopper has suggested that Chris Ramsey will be assessing every member of his current squad and that nobody can afford to be overly confident that they will be staying with the side for 2015/16.

“I don't think anybody is free from the cull at the club," he said. "The decisions could come sweeping in and it could be that drastic a summer.”

QPR need to reduce their squad size, as their current wage-bill is simply not sustainable without top-level football.

It means that they may have to change their approach, with young and hungry players said to be being targeted.

QPR have generally opted to bring in experienced campaigners, but the average of their squad is set to be significantly reduced this term.

It is a gamble, but one the side simply had to take if they were to comply with Financial Fair Play instructions, and Ramsey will be hoping that their new approach can get them promoted back to the Premier League at the first attempt.

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