QPR transfer news: Karl Henry available for loan deal

PUBLISHED: 09:00 25 January 2017 | UPDATED: 09:07 25 January 2017

Queens Park Rangers' Karl Henry

Queens Park Rangers' Karl Henry


QPR will allow unsettled midfielder Karl Henry to leave the club on loan this month, if he fails to secure a permanent transfer away from Loftus Road.

Henry, who’s contract runs out at the end of the season, took to social media on Tuesday to give his account of his public falling-out with Ian Holloway, accussing the Rs boss of disrespecting previous managers since taking over the reins

Holloway has made it clear to Henry that he has no part to play in his future plans, recently admitting to local press that he wouldn’t have given the 34-year-old a new contract had he been in charge last summer - something which riled the experienced midfielder.

The Times understands the pair have since settled their differences, but it would still remain in the best interests of both parties if Henry moved on before Tuesday’s 11pm deadline.

On the topic Ferdinand said: “Karl Henry is someone who has been an excellent servant to this club and he’ll be with us until the end of the season, unless the situation changes.

“There’s been no firm interest in him recently. but Karl is at the age where he wants to be playing every week, so we’d let him go out on loan if that opportunity arose for him.”

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