LATEST UPDATE : QPR fantastic key player set to leave at the end of season

Albert Adomah, the QPR winger, will depart the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.

The former Ghana international came off the bench in his team’s 4-0 victory over Leeds to become the Championship’s all-time leading appearance maker with 525 games.

The result secured QPR’s Championship spot for the following season.

Adomah, 36, joined the Hoops in 2020 after being released by Nottingham Forest and has six goals in 129 games with the club.

“It’s been unbelievable, amazing, and I get chills thinking about the four seasons I’ve spent here,” he told the club’s website.

“To finish it the way I did [by breaking the Championship appearance record] is wonderful.

“It’s a milestone I’ve been waiting to achieve, and I’m grateful to the gaffer [Marti Cifuentes] for giving me the opportunity to do so last Friday, in my final home game and in front of the mighty super Hoops supporters.” “Words cannot describe it.”

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Adomah stated that he has no plans to retire and has always intended to play at least until the age on his shirt number, which is 37.

The winger appeared more than 100 times for Barnet, Bristol City, Middlesbrough, and Aston Villa.

His last game for the Villans was the 2018-19 Championship final win over Derby County, which he began before being replaced.

In the 73rd minute. He played for Forest and Cardiff before joining QPR in London, where he won 19 international caps for Ghana.

Adomah’s 130th and final appearance for the R’s might be away at Coventry City on Saturday, the final day of the Championship season.

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