QPR agree £2m fee for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes

QPR agree £2m fee for Livingston striker Lyndon Dykes as they expect to lose Premier League target Eberechi Eze this summer

  • Championship QPR have agreed a fee with Livingston for striker Lyndon Dykes
  • The 24-year old is expected to sit out Sunday’s Scottish Premiership match
  • They are finalising the details of a deal believed to be worth around £2million 
  • QPR manager Mark Warburton has targeted Dykes as he looks to add power

QPR have agreed a fee with Livingston for striker Lyndon Dykes.

The bustling 24-year old is expected to sit out Sunday’s Scottish Premiership match with Rangers as the clubs go over the final details of a deal believed to be worth around £2million.

QPR manager Mark Warburton has targeted Dykes as he looks to add power and pace to his side for the new season and director of football Les Ferdinand has been in the stands to watch the forward in recent games.

Championship outfit QPR have agreed a fee with Livingston for striker Lyndon Dykes

Championship rivals Barnsley and Middlesbrough has also shown interest with Livingston rejecting two offers from Barnsley, the last around £1.8m with add ons.

Dykes is expected to be called up to Steve Clarke’s Scotland squad though qualifies for Australia having been born there.

QPR boss Warburton wants to strengthen his options as the club expect to lose Eberechi Eze this window with West Ham, Crystal Palace and Newcastle all interested.

Palace had a bid of around £12m rejected last month.

QPR boss Warburton wants to strengthen his options as the club expect to lose Eberechi Eze




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