QPR reject £3million bid from Millwall for striker Lyndon Dykes
QPR reject £3million bid from Millwall for striker Lyndon Dykes… with the Scottish international also the subject of interest from Championship rivals Stoke City and Burnley
- QPR striker Lyndon Dykes has just 18 months left on his current contract
- The club have rejected a bid from Championship rivals Millwall worth £3m
- Burnley and Stoke City are also said to be keen on the Scottish international
Queens Park Rangers have rejected a £3million bid from Millwall for striker Lyndon Dykes.
The Scottish international has just 18 months left on his deal and is being scouted by a number of Championship clubs.
Though QPR are 12th in the table, they are only just four points off the playoff positions, with Dykes an important member of their squad.
Lyndon Dykes is the subject of interest with just 18 months left on his contract at QPR
In 27 Championship games, Dykes has scored six goals, including braces against Reading and Cardiff City.
Dykes has made over 100 appearances for the club since he joined from Scottish Premiership side Livingston back in August 2020 for £2m.
Among the clubs looking at the 27-year-old, include Championship leaders Burnley and struggling Stoke City.
There have also previously been in reports that Scottish giants Rangers could look to sign Dykes.
Rangers boss Michael Beale left QPR back in November after just five months as manager.
Scottish international Dykes has made over 100 appearances for QPR since joining in 2020
Burnley are one of a number of Championship sides considering a move for the striker
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