Round-up: QPR man poised to leave, Millwall plot signings and Watford eye January addition

QPR man poised to leave, Millwall plot signings and Watford eye forward.

QPR, Millwall and Watford are all taking a break from Championship action as the World Cup takes centre stage. They all return next month.

The trio have all enjoyed a decent first few months of the season. Here is a look at some of the latest news regarding them all...


QPR are reportedly set to lose Michael Beale to Rangers. The club are ‘expecting’ him to leave for the Scottish Premiership side, as per talkSPORT. He turned down the Wolves job earlier this season.

The Hoops have decided to loan out forward Sean Adarkwa to Maidstone United. He will spent the next month with the National League side to get some experience under his belt.


Millwall are making plans for the January transfer window as they look ahead to the second-half of the campaign. The Lions are starting to identify targets, as per a report by the Southwark News.

Former defender Tony Craig has reached 700 career games. The 37-year-old, who plays for Crawley Town in League Two, hit the impressive milestone on Tuesday in a league clash against Neil Harris’ Gillingham.


According to Antena 2, Watford are interested in signing winger Carlos Andres Gomez from Millonarios. Slaven Bilic is preparing for his first window at the helm and could look to put his own stamp on his newly inheried squad.

Dan Gosling is facing a spell on the sidelines with an Achilles tendon injury in a big blow to the Hornets. He has provided this update to the club’s official website: “It’s very much a case of sticking to the rehab plan with this one. You’ll feel good pretty quick, they said to me, but that can deceive you slightly in those early weeks.

“I’ve got to stick closely to what’s asked of me for the first two to three months, then we’ll have a look at how it’s going.”