Report: Queens Park Rangers have no interest in Nigel Pearson or Tim Sherwood

Queens Park Rangers are still looking for a successor to Chris Ramsey.

According to Sky Sports, Queens Park Rangers are not interested in appointing Nigel Pearson or Tim Sherwood as manager.

Both Pearson and Sherwood have been touted as potential replacements for Chris Ramsey at Loftus Road, but it seems that the R’s will look elsewhere.

QPR parted ways with Ramsey two weeks’ ago, and they still haven’t appointed a new boss – with Neil Warnock currently in temporary charge.

Sky Sports claims that Warnock will be left in charge for QPR’s upcoming match against Leeds United at the weekend.

The R’s are, however, lining up a new manager for next week, when they are hoping to have completed the interview process.

At the moment the favourite to land the job is Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, who is currently in charge at Burton Albion.

Hasselbaink is said to be at the top of QPR’s shortlist, but Burton have denied that they have received an approach as yet.

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