Round-up: QPR man eyed, Millwall dealt blow and Watford set sights on defender

QPR man eyed, Millwall dealt blow and Watford target defender.

QPR, Millwall and Watford all have a break from the action at the moment. The pair return to Championship football next month with all eyes currently fixed on the World Cup.

In the meantime, here is a look at some of the latest news regarding the trio at the moment....


QPR are yet to receive an approach from Rangers for boss Michael Beale, as detailed in a report by the Evening Standard. The 42-year-old has been linked with a return to Ibrox following the recent sacking of Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

Football Insider have reported that he is the ‘top target’ for the Gers. He worked with the Glasgow giants under their former manager Steven Gerrard.


Millwall have been dealt a blow on the injury front ahead of their next game against Sunderland on 3rd December. Striker Benik Afobe, who hasn’t featured since late October, remains a doubt for that clash, as per a report by London News Online.

The Lions have a friendly this weekend against Brondby as they look to keep up their fitness levels. Gary Rowett’s side are 6th in the table and won 4-2 away at Preston North End last time out.


Watford are reportedly keen on Galatasaray defender Patrick van Aanholt. Turkish news outlet Vatan claim they want him along with league rivals Swansea City.

Slaven Bilic’s side arrived in Spain yesterday for their training camp. Their next game is a home fixture against Hull City on 11th December.