LATEST NEWS : Celtic make first contact over potential deal for QPR fantastic star

QPR Center-back Jake Clarke-Salter is a wanted man, and according to Football Scotland, Celtic have made preliminary contact about a potential trade.
Clarke-Salter, the QPR star, was linked with a number of teams earlier this week. According to The Sun, Wolves, Crystal Palace, Burnley, Ipswich Town, and Celtic have all been monitoring his position.
The 26-year-old has had a terrific campaign at Loftus Road, building a solid connection with the experienced Steve Cook. However, his success may earn him a promotion away from the Rs.

Time will tell if anything more substantial emerges from the links in the future, but in the aftermath of the first revelations, other claims about Celtic’s interest have surfaced.

According to Football Scotland, the Scottish Premiership club has made ‘tentative contact’ to see if a deal is viable ahead of the summer transfer season. He has a contract until 2026, therefore a transfer fee would be necessary for the QPR star.

Sources: QPR in advanced talks over attacker deal as Celtic, Crystal Palace  scout Irish star
Looking into a transaction.
There is obviously no harm in clubs putting out feelers for possible summer targets. QPR may look to do the same sooner rather than later if they can maintain their Championship position.
The West London club will be well aware that some of their key players may attract interest this summer, regardless of whether they can avoid relegation or not.

Clarke-Salter is one of Marti Cifuentes’ most important players, thus his curiosity is understandable. Celtic are already trying to strengthen their chase, so it will be interesting to see if any of the other supporters are motivated to do the same in light of these new developments.

From the player’s perspective, he will remain completely focused on on-field responsibilities. QPR are 16th in the Championship table, six points clear of the bottom three with six games remaining.

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