QPR have eyes for Shumi

QUEENS Park Rangers are keeping tabs on the Veliche Shumulikoski situation at Ipswich Town with the Macedonian international failing to find a place in the Blues final 16 in recent weeks.

Elvin King

QUEENS Park Rangers are keeping tabs on the Veliche Shumulikoski situation at Ipswich Town with the Macedonian international failing to find a place in the Blues final 16 in recent weeks.

The Coca-Cola Championship Londoners are believed to have enquired about the midfielder three week ago, but were told by Town boss Jim Magilton that Shumulikoski still had a part to play at Portman Road this season.

They may well come in again as they slip down the table - hoping that a loan deal can be agreed.


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And although Shumulikoski has said that he is happy to be patient and wait for his Ipswich chance to come again, the opportunity to play regular football could well appeal to him.

QPR are not the only club keeping an eye on the man signed from Turkish League football in January last year. But the Loftus Road outfit are the ones to have made a loan request.

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