QPR confirm Chris Willock’s exit as free agent after “several months” of contract talks

QPR have announced that Chris Willock has left the club following the end of his contract.

The 26-year-old made 144 appearances at Loftus Road in all competitions, scoring 20 goals and picking up 22 assists.

QPR confirmed that they were in talks with the ex-Benfica attacker over extending his stay.

CEO Christian Nourry said: “On behalf of the football club I want to thank Chrissy for his contributions during his time with us.

“It is no secret that, as a club, we would have liked to have found a way to continue the adventure with him. After several months of talks, Chris has decided to go in another direction. 

“Whilst we are disappointed not to see him continuing with us, it is important that we have players in the building who we know are all-in on being a QPR player, committed to the club’s game model and the work that Marti and Xavi and the rest of the coaching staff are undertaking. 

“Most importantly, we need individuals who are as convinced and excited about the project that the club is now building as we are, whilst respecting budgetary constraints.

“We wish Chris well for the future and thank him for four years of excellent service.”

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