Report: Queens Park Rangers reject Tjaronn Chery approach

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Tjaronn Chery has made just one start for Queens Park Rangers since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink took charge.

According to West London Sport, Queens Park Rangers have rejected an approach from Maccabi Tel Aviv for Tjaronn Chery.

The Israeli club believe that Chery would improve their squad, but QPR have no interest in selling the attacking midfielder.

The 27-year-old may have fallen out of favour at Loftus Road more recently, but Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink still has high hopes of the Dutch flyer.

Chery has largely impressed when given a chance at QPR, but many of his appearances have so far been as a substitute.

The former Groningen man has still managed to rack up four goals throughout the campaign so far, but he hasn’t scored since the start of October.

Chery has started just one game since Hasselbaink took charge at QPR, but the R’s are still not interested in losing him.

Rangers believe Chery have a big part to play in their future, and they intend to remain patient with him, as he adapts to playing in English football.

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