QPR manager Mark Hughes has indicated that the club are likely to witness a clear out in the summer in order to improve as a squad. As a result, many big names like Kieron Dyer are expected to leave the club at the end of the season.
The former Newcastle United star is out of contract at the end of the season. He was signed by former QPR manager Neil Warnock in the summer, but has failed to make any significant contribution during the season. He has been out injured for most of the season and it seems that Mark Hughes has not decided to offer the midfielder a new contract.
The likes of Danny Gabbidon and Danny Shittu are also out of contract at the end of the season. QPR face a fight to stay in the Premier league. They will be travelling to the Etihad stadium on Sunday knowing that they can stay in the league if they just get a point against the title chasing Manchester city. They can also stay up if Bolton failed to win their match against Stoke. It is extremely vital that QPR stay in the Premier league next season because they have spent a lot of money on big-name players, who are on large contracts. It would be extremely difficult for QPR to sustain them if they drop down to the Championship.
“Every club will look at their current staff and what they need to build and get stronger. And that won’t change no matter what club I’m at. We’re looking to make it stronger and that means a number of players will go as a result,” said Mark Hughes ahead of the final game of the season. None have given QPR a chance of survival in the division, but they go into the final game with hope.