The QPR manager Harry Redknapp has revealed that he is not sure whether the former Newcastle and West Ham United midfielder Kieron Dyer will be included in the squad that will be submitted for the next six months of the Premier league season.
The Premier league clubs are allowed to name predefined squads for a period of six months. This may include any number of young players, but the senior players are limited to just 25. Kieron Dyer has suffered a lot of injury problems in recent years, which have limited him to making only a handful of appearances for QPR and his former club West Ham.
He recently played in the match against Manchester United, but it was his only game since September. The manager Harry Redknapp has also said that he is right now getting treatment for his current problem, which means that he will not be selected for the match during the weekend. These persistent problems with injuries are likely to prevent Kieron Dyer by being named in the 25 man squad for the next six months of the Premier league. Harry Redknapp failed to confirm the same, but it is a thought to be the case because the manager is already pursuing a number of transfer targets.
“He’s injured. He might be an option if he’s fit, but he’s not. He’s having treatment at the moment,” said Harry Redknapp ahead of the weekend’s match with Newcastle. The away trip to Newcastle is an extremely difficult proposition to get three points for the club, but they go into the match on the back of the recent conference given by the victory over Fulham. The match against Fulham ended in the first victory for the club this Premier league campaign, which also lifted them off the foot of the table.