Round-up: QPR eye striker move, ex-Millwall man wanted by London club and Watford ready to make move for international

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

QPR were denied three points in added-on time last night as they drew 1-1 with Sheffield United. In-form Millwall beat Rotherham United 2-0 last time out.

Watford won 1-0 away at Norwich City. Here is a look at some of the latest news and rumours regarding the trio...


QPR boss Neil Critchley has hinted the club will bring in a striker this month to compete with Lyndon Dykes at the top end of the pitch. He has said, as per West London Sport: “We’ve got an obvious issue at the moment in scoring goals. So it’s something we need to think about.

“I always look from within first because I think my duty is to try and improve the players you’ve got at your disposal. However, if a player is available that we think could improve the squad and it’s within the means of the football club then I’m sure that’s something we could look at.”

Critchley told the club’s website that he felt sorry for his players after the Blades’ last-gasp goal: “I thought the spirit of the players and their endeavour to keep the ball out of the net was fantastic. I feel for the players tonight, I really do. They deserved to have a winning feeling at the end of that game.”


Ex-Millwall player Shane Ferguson has emerged on the radar of London club Charlton Athletic. Football Insider claim the Addicks have submitted a bid for the current Rotherham man.

Striker Tom Bradshaw caught the eye again against Rotherham and took to Instagram after the match to send the following message to supporters (see below). He has now scored six league goals this season.


Watford are preparing to make a move for Hibernian defender Ryan Porteous, according to a report by The Scottish Sun. His contract at Easter Road expires at the end of this campaign.

Former Hornets attacker Emmanuel Dennis has struggled to make an impact at Nottingham Forest since his summer switch and the Daily Mail say the Reds will ‘listen’ to offers for him. He has found the net only once for Steve Cooper’s side.