Midfielder John Bostock has agreed a move to join Queens Park Rangers, according to reports emerging out of Belgium
Bostock was regarded as one of the most talented players to have emerged from England not too long ago but the midfielder did not quite manage to fulfill his immense potential after making a move from Crystal Palace to Tottenham Hotspur back in 2008.
Much to his credit, Bostock took the unusual step of making a move to Belgium a couple of year ago as things were not quite working out for him in England and it can be said that the 24-year-old has managed to revitalize his career.
Bostock is currently plying his trade for Jupiler Pro League side OH Leuven and while he was unable to prevent his side from suffering from relegation this season, the former Palace star made quite an impression.
A number of clubs are now said to be interested in securing the services of Bostock this summer and now according to reports emerging out of Belgium, it has been claimed that the midfielder is set to join Queens Park Rangers.
Bostock has worked with QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink during their time together at Royal Antwerp and now, the duo look set to be reunited at Loftus Road this summer.
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