LATEST UPDATE : QPR has confirmed key player three-year contract extension

QPR has confirmed that they have exercised an option to extend Jimmy Dunne’s contract.

The 26-year-old defender signed from Burnley in 2021 on a three-year contract with the option to extend it by another year.

Dunne has made 101 Championship games for the R’s and was instrumental in keeping the team in the Championship, scoring a sensational late victory against Birmingham City, who were later relegated.

The Irishman, who was primarily a centre-back, has improved since manager Marti Cifuentes moved him to right-back.

QPR extend defender Dunne's contract

“I am really happy to be staying at QPR,” Dunne told the club’s website.

“Everyone knows how much I love this club and everything it represents.

“This has been a tough season, a real roller coaster, and I am looking forward to the break but am also excited about the future.”

On Monday, the club confirmed the departure of Osman Kakay, who would be released at the end of his contract.

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