Queens Park Rangers are eyeing up a move for former Arsenal and Fulham man Thomas Eisfeld, who could be set to leave VfL Bochum.
That’s according to Fussballtransfers, who say that QPR are eyeing up the midfielder on a free transfer next summer.
They explain that Eisfeld, who was a youngster at Arsenal and had a brief, unsuccessful spell at Fulham, has been playing for Bochum since 2015.
However, his time at the Revierklub could be coming to an end next summer as it’s still ‘open’ as to whether they will offer him a new contract to extend his stay.
That’s because during his time at the club he was only a regular in the early years, with injuries and ‘phases on the bench’ having been the story for most of it.
That’s seemingly led to them debating a new deal and should he be allowed to leave then there is ‘no shortage of interested parties’.
Queens Park Rangers are one of those ‘showing interest’ alongside Standard Liège, although a favourite has ‘not yet emerged’ between those two clubs.
Nonetheless, the interest is there, and it seems this is one to keep an eye on come January when QPR would be able to negotiate a contract pre-contract with the player.