Round-up: Approaches for QPR duo, Blues youngsters crush Spurs, McCormack and Dembele latest

first_imgQPR and West Bromwich Albion are in talks over a potential move for Sandro.The Brazilian midfielder, one of several players Rangers want to remove from their wage bill, could join the Baggies on loan with a view to a permanent move.But the R’s have rejected an approach from Maccabi Tel Aviv for summer signing Tjaronn Chery, insisting the Dutchman is not for sale.Meanwhile, QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is hopeful the club will be able to bring in new faces before Monday’s transfer deadline.Chery has not been a first-team regular this seasonAnd Rangers have formally confirmed the departure of Paul Crichton following his short spell as the club’s goalkeeping coach.There have been two outgoings at Brentford, both on loan – defender Daniel O’Shaughnessy has joined Danish champions FC Midtjylland until the end of the season, while teenage midfielder James Ferry has joined Welling United for a month.There could also be outgoings at Fulham before the deadline. Tottenham are edging towards a deal to sign Moussa Dembele from the Whites for a fee of around £5m, while Ross McCormack has handed in a transfer request.McCormack wants to leave Craven CottageFulham’s Under-21s were in action on Thursday afternoon, losing 1-0 at Aston Villa.Chelsea’s Under-21s fared better, beating Tottenham 5-2. Their goals included a strike from the halfway line by defender Ola Aina.In other football news, Howard Krais has announced he is to step down as Wealdstone chairman at the end of the season.Krais has decided to stand aside at WealdstoneThe Stones have lost goalkeeper Sam Howes, who has been recalled from his loan spell by West Ham. In tennis, Jordanne Whiley and Andy Lapthorne both lost their Australian Open doubles titles in Melbourne.And in boxing, George Groves and fellow West Londoner Deion Jumah are ready for their respective fights this weekend.Groves will face Itay’s Andrea Di Luisa at the Copper Box , where two-time ABA champion Jumah will make his British professional debut.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

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