Queens Park Rangers have signed the Blackburn Rovers footballer Junior Hoilett. The Blackburn Rovers wanted to extend the contract of Hoilett, but, he didn’t accept the offer and decided to leave the club. Hoilett is the seventh player to be signed by Queens Park Rangers this summer. Before him, the club has already signed Samba Diakite, Ryan Nelsen, Andy Johnson, Ji-Sung Park, Rob Green and Fabio da Silva.

After signing Hoilett, the manager of Queens Park Rangers, Mark Hughes, said that Hoilett is a highly talented player. He is very enthusiastic and he can also motivate his other team mates. Whenever he goes on the ground, he gives his 100%. It is good to have such a dedicated young player in the team. Hoilett has been with Blackburn Rovers since 2009. In the three seasons that he played for Blackburn Rovers, he performed fantastically and impressed a lot of experts. In the last season, he played in 37 matches for Blackburn Rovers and scored 7 goals.

On being asked about Queens Park Rangers, Hoilett said that he is pretty excited to play under the guidance of Mark Hughes. According to Hoilett, he has enormous respect in his heart for Mark Hughes and it would be so nice to work with him. He is eagerly waiting to wear the shirt of Queens Park Rangers and play the first match for them.

Meanwhile, there have been reports that the Queens Park Rangers are also interested in Dimitar Berbatov, the striker of Manchester United. United is demanding 5 million pounds for Berbatov. According to some reports, Berbatov desperately wants to leave Manchester United as he knows that he would hardly get an opportunity to play for United in the presence of the other strikers i.e. Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez. So, he wants to join some other club where he could get opportunities to play regularly. Apart from QPR, some other clubs are also interested in Berbatov, but, Mark Hughes has said that he wants Berbatov in QPR and he would fight for him.