Report names two players who will lose out on Hasselbaink’s QPR revolution

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

Rob Green and Junior Hoilett will not be part of Queens Park Rangers next season, according to a report.

According to The Sun, Robert Green and Junior Hoilett will not be part of Queens Park Rangers next season.

“Rob Green and Junior Hoilett will lose out in Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s QPR revolution,” states the report in the British tabloid. “Keeper Green, 36, and winger Hoilett, 25, are both out of contract in May.”

It seems that QPR are not planning to hand new contracts to Green or Hoilett and will allow them to leave for free at the end of the season.

Green has been on the books of Rangers since 2012 and has been an important player for the London outfit.

Hoilett also joined QPR in 2012, but his form for the Championship side has not always been great.

It will be interesting to see what the QPR duo do in the summer when they are let go by Rangers.

Green is good enough to play for a Premier League club - perhaps not as a first-choice goalkeeper, but certainly as a back-up.

QPR are 11th in the Championship table at the moment with 44 points from 34 matches, 11 points behind Sheffield Wednesday, who are currently sixth in the standings and occupy the final playoff spot.

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