Report: Queens Park Rangers willing to sell six players in January, including Charlie Austin


Queens Park Rangers are looking to trim their wage bill, as they plan for another season in the Championship.

The Kilburn Times has suggested that Queens Park Rangers are willing to listen to offers for six first team players in the January transfer window.

QPR realise that they are in need of trimming their wage bill, with their chances of achieving promotion to the Premier League looking very slim.

Rangers have had a disappointing campaign to date, and they currently sit in 16th spot in the Championship table.

As a result, they could have a clear out in January - with a number of first team players up for grabs.

QPR are reportedly willing to listen to offers for key players such as Charlie Austin, Sandro, Leroy Fer and Matty Phillips.

The London outfit are also actively looking to sell Samba Diakite and Armand Traore, as neither of the pair have managed to force their way into the first team.

QPR are said to be plotting three additions to cover for their potential losses in January, but whoever comes in will not be offered a huge wage packet - as Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side plan for another season in England’s second tier.

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