Round-up: QPR eye Premier League attacker, Millwall dealt transfer blow and Watford man could return to Vicarage Road from loan

Latest QPR, Millwall and Watford news and rumours on Wednesday.

QPR are in FA Cup action away at Fleetwood Town this weekend. Millwall have fellow Championship side Sheffield United at home.

Watford lock horns with Reading away. Here is a look as some of the latest news and rumours regarding the trio...


QPR are believed to be keen on Crystal Palace winger Malcolm Ebiowei, according to reporter Alan Nixon on his Patreon. The youngster is poised to leave Selhurst Park and has been linked with a few clubs, including Hull City.

The R’s are reportedly set to offer striker Lyndon Dykes a new deal to fend off interest from Rangers, as per Football League World. He has scored six league goals this term.


Millwall have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Brighton and Hove Albion striker Evan Ferguson with his current boss Roberto De Zerbi suggesting he will be staying put. He has told the Seagulls’ website: “He has big potential and I think he can help us in the second part of the season. With Danny Welbeck, he can be very important as our striker.”

The Lions will assess whether to play Bartosz Bialkowski and George Long against Sheffield United. The latter missed the last game due to the birth of his child, as per London News Online.


Watford striker Ashley Fletcher could return early from his loan spell at Wigan Athletic. Alan Nixon has said on his Patreon that the Latics will ‘review’ his situation.

The Hornets are yet to decide whether to recall youngster Kwadwo Baah from his loan at Fortuna Dusseldorf. The Rheinische Post claim it is ‘unclear’ what will happen with him at this moment in time.