FC Twente are set for a small windfall with the transfer of Queens Park Rangers star Tjaronn Chery, according reports in the Netherlands. The QPR midfielder is on the verge of joining Chinese side Guizhou Zhicheng Hengfeng.
Voetbal International have revealed FC Twente will receive training allowance once Chery’s move to China is completed. The 28-year-old came through the FC Twente youth system before going on to play one league game for the senior team. FC Twente technical director Jan van Halst has welcomed the possibility they could benefit from the QPR player’s transfer.
Chery should soon complete his move to Guizhou Zhicheng Hengfeng with reports QPR will sell the Dutchman for around €5m.
QPR manager Ian Holloway recently said he wouldn’t stand in the way of Chery leaving the Championship side. Chery signed for QPR from FC Groningen in 2015 on a three-year deal. The player has since gone on to play over 60 games for the West London club, scoring 14 goals.