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Queens Park Rangers confirm the signing of attacking duo

Queens Park Rangers have bolstered their attacking department with the signings of Chris Willock and Albert Adomah.

Willock has joined the Hoops following a three-year spell with the Benfica B side.

The former Arsenal graduate spent time on loan with West Bromwich Albion and Huddersfield Town last term.

The 22-year-old did not make a single appearance for the Baggies during the first half of last season.

Hence, his temporary move was not renewed in January and that saw him join the Terriers on a short-term deal.

Willock scored two goals in 14 appearances for the Yorkshire outfit, one of which came in a 2-1 win over the Baggies.

Despite this, Huddersfield decided against a permanent deal, but he has returned to the Championship with the Hoops.

He has put pen-to-paper on a three-year contract with the west London side with the option for another 12 months.

Meanwhile, Adomah has finally got the opportunity to join his boyhood club after years of admiration.

The winger was an influential figure for Aston Villa, but was released after their top-flight promotion last year.

He thereafter made the move to Nottingham Forest, but struggled to claim a regular starting role.

The 32-year-old spent the backend of the 2019/2020 season on loan with Cardiff City.

He recently terminated his contract with Forest and has now joined the Hoops on a two-year deal.

Mark Warburton’s side lost an important player from their ranks earlier this summer when Eberechi Eze made the move to Crystal Palace.

Eze was their standout performer with 14 goals and eight assists last term and they have utilised the funds received to make multiple signings.

Aside from Willock and Adomah, they have also signed Lyndon Dykes, Macauley Bonne and George Thomas to boost their attack.

Bonne recently starred for the Hoops as he scored a dramatic 96th-minute equaliser against Sheffield Wednesday on the road.

Rangers are currently ninth in the standings with five points on the board.

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