QPR boss Ian Holloway has torn into Rangers manager Graeme Murty and said that he has no chance of signing Sean Goss on a permanent deal in the summer.
Murty had said that Goss was one of the players on his shortlist for a permanent deal in the summer, but Holloway is not happy.
Goos joined Rangers in January on loan until the end of the season after struggling to get into the QPR side.
He’s now scored two goals in seven games for his new side, adding the latest in the 4-1 win over St Johnstone on Tuesday night.
“I’d rather talk to Graeme about that myself because he is out of order talking about my player,” Holloway said in the Daily Record.
“He’s my player, nobody else’s. It’s not right he’s talking about trying to buy one of my players when that player is not for sale.
“His future is at QPR. I bought him to be a QPR player. I’ve loaned him out when he’s never been loaned out before and I’m delighted he’s doing well but he won’t be getting sold.”
Football Insider verdict:
This is typical bluster from Holloway. Goss hasn’t made one appearance in the league for QPR this season and only a handful since his move over a year ago. However, Murty was a bit rash to talk about the player without having a conversation with Holloway first. Goss is on loan and doing well, and you can see why it might smack Holloway as ‘out of order’. It also means that QPR have the upper hand in any negotiations now, if Goss was to be sold.