Ipswich Town midfielder wants to join Queens Park Rangers and will turn down Blackburn Rovers to join the Championship club, as reported by talkSPORT.
You can see why a summer switch to West London would appeal to the 22-year-old midfielder.
In Mark Warburton, QPR have a coach famed for getting the best out of technically gifted youngsters.
Furthermore, the Rangers have proven themselves to be a useful stepping stone for players looking to force their way into the Premier League, with the likes of Ebere Eze and Darnell Furlong impressing in the top flight last season.
Dozzell looks set to leave hometown club Ipswich following another underwhelming, mid-table finish in League One.
Will Andre Dozzell turn down Blackburn to join QPR?
According to talkSPORT, Tony Mowbray’s Blackburn showed an interest – perhaps viewing Dozzell as a replacement for the Sheffield United-linked Joe Rothwell.
The former England U20 international has made it clear that he wants to join QPR instead, however.
What’s more, with West Brom bench-warmer Rekeem Harper heading to Portman Road, it seems Ipswich are already preparing for life without their highly-rated academy graduate.
Dozzell is not the only League One youngster on QPR’s radar either.
The report adds that the Londoners are also big fans of AFC Wimbledon’s former Crystal Palace youngster Jack Rudoni, who produced five goals and five assists during his breakthrough campaign in 2020/21.
While Dozzell and Rudoni may be arriving, speculation suggests Rob Dickie could join Eze in the Premier League with Newcastle United eyeing defensive reinforcements.