Round-up: QPR man leaves, Millwall receive boost in striker pursuit and Watford target two names

Latest QPR, Millwall and Watford news and rumours on Monday morning

QPR drew 1-1 with Swansea City at home over the weekend. Millwall won 1-0 away at Cardiff City to boost their top six hopes.

Watford were held 1-1 by Rotherham United at Vicarage Road. Here is a look at the latest news and rumours regarding the Championship trio....


QPR have rejected a £3million bid from Millwall for striker Lyndon Dykes, as per a report by the Daily Mail. The Scotland international is also believed to be on the radar of Burnley and Stoke City and has 18 months left on his contract.

The Hoops have cut ties with 22-year-old midfielder Faysal Bettache. He has been with the club for the past eight years and has had loan spells away at Billericay, Oldham Athletic and Aldershot Town to gain experience.


Brighton and Hove Albion boss Roberto De Zerbi has admitted that there is a ‘possibility’ that Millwall-linked forward Deniz Undav could leave on loan before the end of the month. He has told SussexLive: “There is the possibility for him to change team because he’s not playing a lot, but Undav is an important player for us. He’s not playing a lot of games because [Evan] Ferguson played well, he scored goals, [Danny] Welbeck is an important player.”

Lions loanee Callum Styles is not thinking too much about his future with parent club Barnsley at the moment. He joined Gary Rowett’s side back in September and has told London News Online: “You’ve kinda got to live in the moment. If you’re too concerned on that then you are not going to focus on the now. The now is going to dictate what happens in the summer. Obviously you have plans but that’s more for my agent, later in the season.”


Watford are leading the race to sign Hibernian defender Ryan Porteous, as per BBC Sport. They are in ‘talks’ about luring him to Hertfordshire this winter, with Blackburn Rovers also in the frame.

The Hornets are also said to be eyeing a swoop for Liverpool full-back Calvin Ramsey. That’s according to reporter Alan Nixon on his Patreon, with Swansea City also mentioned as a potential suitor.