“Back to square one”: QPR loan man breaks the silence as he outlines his stance on future…

“QPR Loanee Isaac Hayden Eyes Permanent Move Amidst Uncertainty”

Isaac Hayden, currently on loan at QPR from Newcastle United, has expressed his desire to secure a permanent move to the London club this summer.

The 29-year-old midfielder made the switch to QPR on a temporary basis during the January transfer window, swiftly integrating into Marti Cifuentes’ Championship squad.

In an interview with The Sun, Hayden disclosed, “I had to take a pay-cut to go to QPR, which I was happy to do for the last few months of the season, to get games. But it’ll be back to square one in the summer, but hopefully, I can help keep QPR up and would love to stay here if possible.”

Despite his return to Newcastle looming at the end of his loan deal, Hayden’s eagerness for a permanent move aligns with his diminishing opportunities at his parent club, where his contract extends until 2026.

Having featured in 11 matches for QPR since joining in January, Hayden has made a favorable impression, offering competition and depth in midfield while bringing valuable experience to the squad.

Beginning his career at Arsenal, Hayden transitioned to Newcastle in 2016 after a loan spell at Hull City, amassing 171 appearances for the Magpies across all competitions, contributing seven goals. However, his playing time has waned under Eddie Howe’s management in recent seasons, prompting loan spells at Norwich City and Standard Liege before landing at QPR.

Enjoying his time with the Hoops, Hayden’s potential permanent signing would signify a significant statement of intent for the club.

As QPR continues their battle for survival in the Championship, securing a crucial 1-0 victory over Swansea City, they remain focused on upcoming challenges, with Sheffield Wednesday next on their agenda.

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