Wayne Bridge - left-back - 32 (Manchester City)
Former England International Bridge has just ended his successful year-long loan at Brighton from Manchester City.
Now people may think that this is just another player coming to the end of his career only after one last pay cheque.
However, Bridge has proved that at Championship level there isn’t a better left-back, with him being named in the team of the season.
Adam Smith - right-back - 22 (Tottenham)
Signing a right-back would be my priority this summer so we don’t have to see Jose Bosingwa in a QPR shirt again.
This is a player that I feel would be a perfect fit for QPR. The former Spurs trainee and England U21 international is a ball playing full-back who also has shown a lot of promise this season in the Championship on loan at Millwall.
We need players with something to prove and the ability to play twice a week at this level and he certainly could do that job for us.
Craig Dawson – centre-back – 23 (West Brom)
Dawson is an U21 international and has also had a successful loan spell at Bolton Wanderers this season.
He's a quality central defender who has youth on his side, and although he is unproven, this could work to our advantage. At this stage of his career a permanent move would make sense after a few loan spells away from West Brom.
Harry Maguire - centre-back - 20 (Sheffield United)
Young Blades centre-half Maguire was named in the League One team of the year and is somebody that has always impressed me when I have seen him this season.
He looks like a player that we could mould into a very good defender at QPR. He has featured more than 100 times for the Blades, and at the age of 20 is the young, hungry sort of player Tony Fernandes is looking for.
Richard Dunne - centre-back - 33 (Aston Villa)
If you take away his own goal record, frequent injuries and lack of pace, a fit Richard Dunne would be a great signing and could have the same sort of impact as Ryan Nelsen did last season with his leadership skills.
Coming to the end of his career, this could be one last chance for the experienced Irishman to prove the critics wrong and show he has a few more years left in the tank.
A centre-back partnership of Dunne and Chris Samba would strike fear into Championship strikers.
Nathaniel Chalobah - central midfield - 18 (Chelsea)
The highly-rated and tough-tackling Chelsea midfielder has been a revelation this season at Watford - even earning praise from Arsene Wenger!
At 18 he won’t be ready for the Chelsea first team just yet so maybe a loan would be a sensible move for both parties.
Jake Livermore - central midfield - 23 (Tottenham)
This is a make-or-break season for Livermore as he desperately needs games instead of playing the odd Europa League match.
He had shown a lot of promise a few years ago but has recently fallen out of favour at Spurs, so maybe a fresh start somewhere can relaunch his career and show people what he can do.
Scott Parker - central midfield - 32 (Tottenham)
Now before people start laughing, a move to QPR may be more realistic than some think.
Yes, he did play in the Euro 2012 tournament for England and has played a fair few games for Spurs this season. But that was solely due to the injury of Sandro.
Speaking to various Spurs fans, they tell me that Parker isn’t the player they signed the first season Redknapp was in charge and that he has lost the legs to compete at the top level.
Even at his age Parker would be an unbelievable coup for Rangers. He is coming to the end of his career, so a move to west London to rekindle his fantastic relationship with Harry is not impossible.
Tom Carroll - midfielder - 21 (Spurs)
The pint-sized midfielder is someone that I have flagged up having watched Spurs in the Europa League this season.
The ball-playing midfielder is also somebody who needs regular games and could add some creativity to our midfield that we lacked for so much of last campaign.
Matt Phillips - winger - 22 (Blackpool)
The tricky winger has seen his career blossom since starting out at Wycombe a few years ago.
A move to Blackpool came soon after, where he became one of the stand-out performers in the Championship.
A move back down south would surely suit the winger, with hopefully a more realistic chance of promotion with QPR.
Peter Crouch - striker - 32 (Stoke)
Another target which some fans may feel is unrealistic, but a move to QPR would reunite him with his boyhood club and his so-called football godfather Harry Redknapp.
This is a move I can really see happening. His England career looks finished, so to end his career in London with QPR makes sense.
A possible swap deal with Junior Hoilett is a move that we should grab with both hands as I feel he would get enough goals at this level to bring us back to the top tier.
Gary Hooper - striker - 25 (Celtic)
Hooper is proven at Championship level following his spell at Scunthorpe and is rumoured to have rejected a new deal at Celtic, so a move back to England is on the horizon.
He may not want to drop back to Championship level at this stage of his career as he is definitely Premiership quality, but if the move isn’t right for him, having a year in the Championship with a strong chance of promotion may suit him.
It would take a big bid to prise him away, but hopefully we will have funds to spend and will need to replace top scorer Loic Remy, who is expected to move on.
Kevin Doyle - striker - 29 (Wolves)
Forgotten Irish workhorse Doyle has been a part of the Wolves side that suffered two consecutive relegations and surely wouldn’t relish a season playing in League One.
Only a few years ago he was rated as a top Premiership striker and now finds himself in the third tier of English football. I believe he just needs a new surrounding where he can rekindle his old form.
Dwight Gayle - striker - 22 (Peterborough)
I don’t know too much about this striker due to fact I haven’t paid a lot of attention to Championship football over the past few years, but people whose opinion I respect tell me that this is a player that QPR must purchase.
He has scored 13 goals for Peterborough in a relegation season, so a punt from Harry may be on the cards before someone else takes a risk on this pacey young striker.
I’m sure Redknapp, Fernandes and Phil Beard are wheeling and dealing in Shepherds Bush Market as we speak trying to rebuild this squad and make it a football club we can all be proud of again.
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