Queens Park Rangers are becoming increasingly involved in this summer’s transfer window, and their manager is becoming increasingly vocal as well. However, Harry Redknapp has been quick to deny possible links between his club and Norwich City as the future of Leroy Fer remains undecided, reports talkSPORT.
The Canaries’ Dutch midfield star has been tipped to leave Carrow Road this summer, after putting in an impressive performance as part of the Netherlands squad in this summer’s World Cup. Fer came off the bench for Louis Van Gaal’s side in Brazil to score a decisive goal against Chile in the third round of matches in Group B.
‘He’s a good player. You don’t play in the Dutch team if you’re not a good player. If he’s available I’m sure plenty of people will be interested, but we haven’t made an offer for him,’ said Redknapp whilst talking about the 24 year old Fer.
The Rangers boss has become a more prominent feature in the transfer window within recent weeks, and he is likely to be monitoring players who have Premier League experience as potential targets for the Hoops. Fer was one of the more impressive players at Norwich last season, although he could not prevent the East Anglians’ slip out of the top flight.
He has made 29 appearances in the Premiership, however, since his move to Carrow Road, and that will make him an attractive prospect to a lot of teams with mid-table aspirations next year.