LATEST UPDATE : QPR is now leading sunderland in a race to sign Leicester City fantastic star this summer

According to the Evening Standard, QPR is one of the clubs interested in Leicester City prospect Amani Richards, who is out of contract.
QPR will play Championship football next season after mathematically guaranteeing their safety with a 4-0 victory over promotion contenders Leeds United last Saturday.
Attention will swiftly shift to preparing for the 2024/25 season, as they hope to launch off under popular boss Marti Cifuentes.
New additions will be critical in the Rs’ bid to progress up the Championship table when the new season begins, and a prospective addition has been connected with the West London club.

According to the Evening Standard, QPR is one of the clubs interested in Amani Richards, a youthful star.

The 19-year-old – who can play anywhere across the front three – is currently on the books at Leicester City, but his deal is up and an exit looks to be on the cards.

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Premier League side Brentford are also mentioned as admirers, while Richards also has interest from clubs in Germany, Belgium and Denmark. Sunderland have already been linked too, and they are mentioned in this fresh report too.
Kicking on under Cifuentes

The QPR turnaround since Cifuentes has been thoroughly impressive and while this season has been spent fighting tooth and nail against relegation, there should be hope looking ahead to the new campaign.

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If they can emulate the success they’ve found under the Spanish boss, the Rs should be nowhere near the relegation battle next season and with the right signings, they can really look up the table.

Additions will be required at Loftus Road, and while proven first-team players will almost likely be considered, low-risk deals for prospects such as Richards are also prudent.

The widespread interest in the former Chelsea and Arsenal prodigy is a reflection of his abilities, and as a free agent-to-be, Richards would be a low-cost addition who may reap major returns in the future.

The 19-year-old plays primarily as a right winger but can also play centrally or on the left side.
This season, he has three goals and five assists for Leicester City U21s in the Premier League 2.

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