The former England Under-19 international is now a free agent, and one suspects that he will not be short of offers given his extensive experience in the Championship.
According to WhoScored, the left-back made 40 appearances in the Championship this season, providing four assists in the process.
Warburton, who was recently appointed as the QPR manager and worked with the former Everton prospect at Brentford, and he has give his take on the decision to release the left-back.
Warburton told talkSPORT: “Jake knows what I think of him and how much I value him as a player and a person. He’s a real asset, on and off the field.
“Sometimes you have to make tough decisions, and sadly with Jake and a couple of others they’ve had to move on.”
Tough campaign ahead
QPR endured a disappointing season in 2018-19, and there were occasions when it appeared that the London club could get relegated to League One.
It is unlikely that Rangers will challenge for the Championship playoffs next season, but with Warburton in charge, the team should be aiming for a comfortable mid-table finish.
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