QPR manager Mark Hughes is reportedly looking at the possibility of bringing in three Manchester City players before the end of the summer transfer window. QPR are expected to be one of the most active clubs in the transfer window due to the fact that they are extremely ambitious.
The owner Tony Fernandes said after the conclusion of the last season that he expects QPR to be challenging for a European spot in the forthcoming seasons. If they are to achieve that aim, then they need to have a number of good quality players. QPR manager Mark Hughes has already brought in a number of high profile players in the January transfer window, while more are expected to come this time around.
Despite not being successful during his two seasons with Manchester City, Mark Hughes is responsible for a number of players currently present at the club. It is thought that Manchester City will be interested in selling the likes of Roque Santa Cruz and Wayne Bridge – players who was signed by Mark Hughes during his reign. Due to the fact that Manchester city are willing to offload them just to reduce the wage bill, they are not expected to cost a lot of money. Roque Santa Cruz, Wayne bridge, and Kolo Toure where the three major signings Mark Hughes made during his era.
Even though they cost a total of £ 37 million, they are expected to cost QPR just £ 8 million this time around. The former Blackburn striker Roque Santa Cruz has always thrived under the stewardship of Mark Hughes, and he will be more than willing to join the former Blackburn manager at QPR. Wayne Bridge was signed from Chelsea for £ 12 million, but he has barely featured for the first team in the last two seasons.