According to the Daily Star, QPR have made a formal approach for Burnley striker Nahki Wells to bring the former Huddersfield man to Loftus Road.
The striker is widely expected to leave Burnley on loan this summer after failing to make an impression for the Clarets since arriving from the Terriers in a £5million deal.
Wells arrived at Turf Moor last summer but after an injury disrupted the first few months at the club, he was limited to just 10 cameo appearances during the rest of the campaign.
This has led to reports of a Burnley exit.
Queens Park Rangers are among a number of Championship clubs who are said to be monitoring his situation alongside the likes of Frank Lampard's Derby County.
Monday, August 20, 2018
Lewis Scores Twice in HK Kopavogur Win
Zeiko Lewis and his HK Kopavogur teammates recorded a 4 – 1 win over Thór Akureyri in Iceland.
HK Kopavogur would take the lead in the 5th minute when Brynjar Jónasson scored, Lewis would double the score with a strike in the 17th minute.
In the 37th minute Lewis would score again to make it 3 – 0 and when Jónasson scored again in the 55th HK Kopavogur would lead 4 – 0.
Thór Akureyri would get on the scoreboard in stoppage time when Johann Helgi Hannesson scored.
Lewis and his HK Kopavogur teammates are in second place in the Division with 38 points from 17 games, they trail League Leaders IA by one point.
Sunday, August 19, 2018
Stoke City Could Join the Wells Target List
Stoke City supporters have been pretty quiet in the Transfer Tavern in the last week or so after seeing their side make a slow start to the 2018/19 Championship season.
There was much optimism around the bet365 Stadium over the summer that the Potters would be challenging for an immediate return to the Premier League, not least following the appointment of the highly-rated Gary Rowett. And with some shrewd additions brought into the club, that positivity only increased, although defeat to Leeds United on the opening day followed by a draw at home to Brentford has somewhat stemmed that momentum, with the Staffordshire-based outfit currently third-bottom in the table.
Thus, there have been some disappointed Stoke fans up and down the country in recent times, several of whom are hoping their side can get their season up and running in the near future, although they may need a signing or two to aid with that quest.
And one man who could surely help with that is £4.05 million-rated Premier League outcast Nahki Wells (as per Transfermarkt).
Ultimately, the 28-year-old has struggled for regular football at Burnley since making the move there from Huddersfield Town 12 months ago, earning just ten appearances in all competitions for Sean Dyche’s side, none of which were starts.
And with no appearances so far this term in their run to the play-off round of Europa League qualifying, the writing appears to be on the wall for the ex-Huddersfield and Bradford City striker, and thus he could well be available for loan in the last knockings of the transfer window – Stoke must seek to ask the question.
Saturday, August 18, 2018
Bermuda's European Footballers Round Up
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Reggie Lambe and his Cambridge United teammates twice fought back from behind to take away a valuable 2-2 draw against Northampton Town at the PTS Academy Stadium in Sky Bet League Two.
George Maris and a late Gary Deegan strike saw Cambridge United level after Kevin Van Veen had put Northampton Town ahead on two occasions during a thrilling second half.
Djair Parfitt-Williams and his NJ Rudar Velenje teammates went down 3 – 0 to NK Aluminij.
NK Aluminij took the lead in the 27th minute when Francesco Tahiraj scored and they took that 1 – 0 lead to the break.
The lead was doubled in the 51st minute when Anton Rogina, Tahiraj would score his second of the game in the 76th minute for the win.
Willie Clemons watched his Bodens BK teammate draw 1 – 1 with Friska Viljor.
Bodens BK took the lead in the 27th minute with a goal from Precious Johnson, but Friska Viljor would equalize in the 84th minute with a goal from Linus Nordin.
Friday, August 17, 2018
Leverock's JK Navra Trans Win Big
Dante Leverock was not in the JK Navra Trans team that defeated Tulevik 4 – 1.
Navra Trans took the lead in the 13th minute when Dmitry Barkov scored, two minutes later it was 2 – 0 when Eduard Golovljov scored.
Viktor Plotnikov would put JK Navra Trans 3 – 0 ahead in the 54th minute and then 19 minutes later it was 4 – 0 with a goal from Artjom Škinjov, Tulevik would get on the scoreboard with a goal in the 85th minute from Kristjan Kask.