Report suggests QPR could raid Charlton Athletic for 22-year-old Jordan Cousins

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Queens Park Rangers have been linked with a move for Charlton Athletic midfielder Jordan Cousins.

According to the Daily Star, Queens Park Rangers could make a summer move to sign Charlton Athletic ace Jordan Cousins.

The R's have somewhat underachieved this season, but brighter times appear to be on the horizon with Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at the helm, and a huge summer of arrivals and departures is imminent.

In fact, Hasselbaink could yet attempt to swoop on one of his former clubs, as Jordan Cousins of Charlton Athletic - a team Hasselbaink played for towards the end of his career - is believed to be on QPR's radar

The Daily Star report that Cousins is likely to leave Charlton once their imminent relegation to League One is confirmed, and QPR are a possible destination for him this summer.

The 22-year-old, who can play in central midfield or out wide, has been a regular for the Addicks since breaking into the first team back in 2013, and he even scored against QPR in the 2-1 defeat for Charlton last week.

A former England youth international, Cousins has potential and may be tempted by a move to Loftus Road, given that he can stay close to his roots in London, and look to kick on with a QPR side in far less turmoil than a Charlton side who are in disarray.

Cousins' departure would be a blow for Charlton though, who have seen a host of youth products leave the club in recent years, such as Harry Arter, Jonjo Shelvey, Carl Jenkinson, Diego Poyet and Joe Gomez - and Cousins could be the latest name to add to that list if QPR do make a move this summer.

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