The transfer window will shudder open in just five days time and one Irish player could be making a move from the Championship right into European football. Galway's Ryan Manning, who starts at left back for QPR, has been linked with a move to Wolves, according to reports on FootballInsider this week.
Manning, who's 23, is one of the most in-form Irish players in the Championship this season. And despite having no senior caps for Ireland, Manning is reportedly in discussions to move to Molineux once the January window opens for £5million.
Manning would join Matt Doherty in the Wolves defense and be vying with Ruben Vinagre for the starting left back slot. He's had a brilliant season under Mark Warburton and with his contract ending this summer, there is a feeling that QPR may try to cash in on his good form next month. For their part, Wolves are looking to secure another berth in the Europa League while competing in Europe's second competition, and are looking to bolster their squad.
Wolves have reportedly made an approach to sign QPR star Ryan Manning in January.
The 23-year-old has been in outstanding form this season and has been playing as a left back.
His price tag in January would be around £5million. [source: Football Insider]#WWFC #TalkingWolves pic.twitter.com/ugGFmBiZPE
— Talking Wolves (@TalkingWolves) December 20, 2019
Clever technique from Ryan Manning to score QPR’s equaliser. Caps off another good performance as he courts interest from Premier League clubs.
Still no place for him in the senior Ireland squad? #QPR 🤷♂️ pic.twitter.com/hyYPfLlT9m
— Nick Kituno (@kituno_sport) October 20, 2019