Queens Park Rangers boss Neil Warnock plans to spend big in the summer transfer market after the club was taken over by Malaysian business tycoon Tony Fernandes.
Jimmy Bullard who has had his contract at Hull City terminated is top of the shopping list at present. Bullard struggled to regain his form since moving from Fulham to Hull in 2009.
Bullard has had a miserable time since moving to the KC Stadium on a four year deal in 2009 from Fulham.
The midfielder injured his knee on his club debut and was also suspended by the club in July after an alleged incident during a pre-season training camp in Slovenia.
Speaking on the clubs official website, Hull’s chief executive Mark Maguire said: “I can confirm that the club has given notice to terminate the contract of Jimmy Bullard.”
Warnock is now ready to take Bullard to Loftus Road, as he has a wealth of experience in the Premier League, having played with Wigan and Fulham.