Mlakar heads back to Brighton after loan spell is cut short

PUBLISHED: 21:58 31 January 2020 | UPDATED: 22:24 31 January 2020

Jan Mlakar has been recalled from QPR by Brighton. Picture: PA

Jan Mlakar has been recalled from QPR by Brighton. Picture: PA

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Striker Jan Mlakar is recalled from Queens Park Rangers by Brighton & Hove Albion.

Jan Mlakar has returned to Brighton & Hove Albion after having his loan spell at QPR cut short.

The striker failed to make an impact at the R's and made just eight appearances for the club, seven of which came off the bench, and has not been selected at all in recent weeks.

It leaves Rangers with just two recognised strikers in the squad in Aramide Oteh, who has been recalled from his loan at Bradford, and Jordan Hugill.

Mlakar joins Matt Smith, Nahki Wells, Josh Scowen and Toni Leistner out of the exit door at Rangers, who have brought in just one player in Jack Clarke on loan from Tottenham until the end of the season.

Boss Mark Warburton wanted to secure one more signing but with the deadline fast approaching, that now looks unlikely.

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