According to reports carried out by the Scottish Sun, Clint Hill is set to make a return to Queens Park Rangers.
Clint Hill enjoyed a positive first season at Rangers after he made 32 appearances in all competitions and scored an impressive 6 goals from central defence.
Following the arrival of Pedro Caixinha as manager though, Hill was deemed surplus to requirements at the club and was released unceremoniously at the end of the campaign.
At 38, it seemed like Hill hanging up his boots following the release from Rangers was a real possibility but reports from the Scottish Sun have claimed that the veteran is now set for a sensational return back to former club Queens Park Rangers.
Hill featured for QPR’s development squad recently and he is now set to re-sign with the club where he spent six successful years between 2010 and 2016.