Round-up: QPR forward departs, Millwall eye ex-Man Utd player and Watford striker attracting interest

QPR man departs, Millwall eye midfielder and Watford striker wanted.

QPR, Millwall and Watford all have a break from the action as the World Cup takes centre stage. The Championship trio have all made decent starts to the season and will be itching to return next month.

England have their first game today in Qatar against Iran. In the meantime, here is a look at some of the latest news...


QPR forward Alfie Lloyd has joined National League side Eastleigh on a short-term loan deal. The 19-year-old, who penned a three-year contract last year, has been given the green light to head out the exit door on a temporary basis to get some experience.

Rangers, who have been linked with R’s boss Michael Beale over recent times, have sacked Giovanni van Bronckhorst. They are 2nd in the Scottish Premiership behind Celtic.


Millwall are reportedly keen on Dundee United midfielder Dylan Levitt, according to reporter Alan Nixon on his Patreon. The former Manchester United man is currently in Qatar with Wales.

Wigan Athletic are expected to have a new boss in the dugout by the time they play the Lions on 10th December. The Sun claim they are set to turn to Kolo Toure as their replacement for Leam Richardson.


Watford ace Joao Pedro has apparently emerged back on the radar of Newcastle United. That’s according to Football Insider, who report Eddie Howe’s side remain keen on luring the attacker to the top flight.

Blackpool striker Jerry Yates, who has been linked with the Hornets, has said he is happy where he is. He has told Sky Sports: “It’s a nice feeling (being the subject of interest), but I’m happy at Blackpool. I’ve got a few more years left on my contract here.”