“£50k-per-week”:EFL Pundit issues QPR brutal warning over potential Newcastle United deal… 

“EFL Pundit issues QPR brutal warning over potential Newcastle United deal…”

QPR is potentially eyeing a permanent deal for Isaac Hayden following recent developments at Newcastle United. The Magpies are aiming to offload Hayden in the upcoming summer transfer window to alleviate their wage bill. Hayden, currently on loan at QPR, has become a crucial player for Martí Cifuentes’ team since his arrival in January, contributing significantly to their ascent from the relegation zone in the Championship.

Despite Newcastle’s willingness to sell Hayden, QPR might face challenges due to his reported £50,000 per week salary. EFL pundit Carlton Palmer acknowledges Hayden’s impact on QPR’s resurgence but warns against overspending, particularly considering the significant gap in wages between Hayden and other squad members. Palmer emphasizes the importance for QPR to balance signing quality players with financial prudence, especially as they aim to avoid a relegation battle next season.

QPR’s recent positive run of form has seen them move out of the relegation zone, but they suffered a setback with a recent defeat to Middlesbrough. With only a one-point gap to the bottom three and nine games remaining in the season, every match becomes crucial for their survival.

While Hayden’s loan spell has been beneficial for QPR, securing a permanent deal could prove challenging due to his high wages compared to the rest of the squad. Negotiating a pay cut may be necessary for QPR to afford Hayden on a permanent basis, and competition from other Championship clubs could further complicate the situation.

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