West Ham United’s Josh Cullen is reportedly on the radar of Queens Park Rangers and Charlton Athletic.

Queens Park Rangers are interested in signing Josh Cullen from West Ham United in the summer transfer window, according to London News Online.

It has been reported that Championship outfit QPR want to secure the services of Cullen on a loan deal from Premier League club West Ham this summer.

Charlton Athletic are also claimed to want the 23-year-old midfielder, who spent the 2018-19 campaign on loan at The Valley and helped the Addicks clinch promotion to the Championship via the League One playoffs at the end of last season.

According to London News Online, Mark Warburton’s QPR are the frontrunners for the young midfielder.

Leaving West Ham United

Cullen has been on the books of West Ham since 2010, but the 23-year-old midfielder has failed to establish himself in the London club’s first team.

It would make sense for the 23-year-old to leave the London Stadium this summer and join a club where he will play regular competitive first-team football next season.

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