The chairman of Linfield says that reports of an agreed fee for QPR target Paul Smyth are wide of the mark.
Speaking to the Belfast Telegraph, chairman Roy McGivern says that despite ongoing reports, they haven't heard from the Hoops since they responded to their second bid at the start of the week.
He said: "I have heard the reports that a fee has been agreed but those are completely without foundation," McGivern told the Belfast Telegraph.
"We're waiting on QPR to come back to us. We received a second bid from the club and got back to them with a response but since Monday, we haven't heard from them.
"They made a good offer but it's short of our valuation and so we now wait and see if they will come back. It's unsettling for the player and unsettling for the club so if a deal is going to be done, we would like it done soon.
"Paul Smyth is still a Linfield player and will play against Ballymena tomorrow."
It's reported that QPR had an initial bid of £90,000 rejected, with Linfield holding out for a fee closer to £150,000 to secure the Northern Ireland under-21 international.