Queens Park Rangers: Ariel Borysiuk leaves by mutual consent

PUBLISHED: 14:51 25 January 2018 | UPDATED: 15:00 25 January 2018

Ariel Borysiuk has left Queens Park Rangers by mutual consent (pic: Scott Heavey/PA)

Ariel Borysiuk has left Queens Park Rangers by mutual consent (pic: Scott Heavey/PA)

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Midfielder departs after disastrous 18 month stint with Rs

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Ariel Borysiuk has left the EFL Championship club by mutual consent with immediate effect.

The 26-year-old moved to Loftus Road in the summer of 2016 from Polish Ekstraklasa outfit Legia Warsaw.

Since his transfer, though, the Polish international has struggled for game time with the Rs, making just 14 appearances in all competitions.

Borysiuk spent the second half of last season back in his native country on loan at Lechia Gdansk.

Upon his return to west London in the summer of 2017, Borysiuk appeared to have a future with QPR, being used regularly by boss Ian Holloway in pre-season friendlies.

However, the former Kaiserslautern player’s only competitive appearances this term came in the Rs’ two fixtures in the Carabao Cup.

In his 18 months with the Loftus Road outfit, Borysiuk was unable to find the net despite starting 11 of his 14 appearances for the west Londoners.

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