Fans of QPR have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relays reports that the club’s £20million valuation of Eberechi Eze has put off Crystal Palace and Sheffield United, but Tottenham remain interested.
According to reports in the Sun, QPR would demand around £20million for Eze, and while the price tag has put off the likes of Sheffield United and Crystal Palace, Tottenham remain in for the attacking midfielder and may attempt to tempt the Rs with a player swap deal.
In reaction to the reports, which were relayed by QPR HQ on Twitter, fans of the club have flocked to have their say on the matter, with many stating their belief that QPR should be asking for a lot more than £20million for Eze’s services, while others have said they would prefer if the player stayed at the club beyond this summer.
What do you think the price tag should be if he is sold in the summer? pic.twitter.com/1iOVHlTFO6
— QPR HQ (@QPRHQ) March 23, 2020
Make it £30m then
— Alan Knight (@californiahoop) March 23, 2020
Take any less than £30m, we want our heads tested! Stats are better than Jaydon Sancho this year! Today’s market he’s got to be worth £50m! We are so used to being taken advantage of, so everyone says £20m is OK!
£30m min. + season long loan deal!
— Martin Woolhouse (@marty7777777) March 23, 2020
More than £20million for sure!
— Sam Hibbert (@qprandsam) March 23, 2020
May as well extend his deal for 12 months and stay at QPR for another season if the likes of Palace and Sheffield United are his only suitors.
— George (@olygeorge_) March 23, 2020
£30m min plus sell on clause
— Martin O’Connell (@m_oconne11) March 23, 2020
— Alex (@alexrs__) March 23, 2020
What do we think?
Eberechi Eze has taken the Championship by storm this season, scoring 12 goals and providing eight assists over 37 Championship appearances.
As such, it is unsurprising that Premier League clubs are interested in the 21-year-old, and although it is evident that QPR fans would love to see Eze remain at the club beyond this summer, if reports are to be believed, it would appear unlikely.