Queens Park Rangers are currently in advanced negotiations with striker Sinclair Armstrong regarding a fresh contract, as they strive to resist increasing interest in the player, according to information obtained by TEAMtalk.
Armstrong is in the final year of his existing contract, and QPR is committed to securing a new, extended agreement with the 20-year-old forward.
The robust forward made his debut in the first-team lineup at Loftus Road last season, featuring in 22 Championship matches, predominantly as a substitute making an impact.
In the current season, Armstrong has participated in 11 Championship games, scoring one goal and providing two assists. However, it’s his overall performances that have attracted attention from clubs higher up the football hierarchy.
Teams such as Crystal Palace and Scottish powerhouse Celtic have shown interest in Armstrong, with scouts from these clubs having observed his performances this season.
Armstrong’s impressive form for QPR has also earned him international recognition, as he made his debut for the Republic of Ireland in last month’s Euro 2024 qualifier against the Netherlands.
Negotiations between Armstrong and QPR are progressing positively, and the Championship club is optimistic about convincing the striker to commit to a long-term future with them.
Gareth Ainsworth’s struggling team, currently positioned 22nd in the league table, will return to action on October 21st when they face Huddersfield in the Championship.