Report names three players no longer part of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's plans at Queens Park Rangers

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Queens Park Rangers are set to let a number of players leave Loftus Road during the summer transfer window.

According to a report in West London Sport, Alejandro Faurlin, Clint Hill and Karl Henry are all set to leave Queens Park Rangers at the end of the season.

The trio are all out of contract, and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink reportedly has no interest in offering them no deals.

Hasselbaink wants to reduce the average age of his squad, and the opportunity to offload three ageing, high earners is set to be taken.

Faurlin and Henry have both played fairly regularly for Rangers this campaign, while Hill has proven decent back-up, but Hasselbaink will reportedly look elsewhere in the summer.

One player Hasselbaink had wanted to keep at Loftus Road was Junior Hoilett, but the winger has apparently told the club that he wants to leave.

Hoilett is said to be interesting Swansea City, and it seems that he has his heart set on a move.

The Canadian international’s contract at QPR is set to expire at the end of the season, and he no longer sees his future with the Championship club.

QPR are set to look towards youth to replace the players who leave Loftus Road at the end of the term.

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