Some Queens Park Rangers fans on social media seem divided on whether or not the Championship club should sign Tottenham midfielder Luke Amos permanently this summer.
Amos’s season-long loan spell at Loftus Road last season received relatively mixed reviews. Although the 23-year-old got a lot of game time under his belt and showed glimpses of his quality, he was riddled with inconsistency.
That is perhaps to be expected given the severe ACL injury that sidelined the midfielder for almost the entirety of the 2018/19 season.
Reports indicate that QPR are on the verge of completing a £1million deal for Amos, with the Spurs academy graduate set to have a medical ahead of finalising the move (Football Insider).
Some QPR fans have reacted rather unenthusiastically to the news, as they were not impressed with the midfielder during his loan spell last season.
However, others insisted that the former England Under-21 international could prove to be a solid acquisition for the club.
Let’s hope this is true. Solid player last season.
— Ken Whitelaw (@whitelawkr) August 11, 2020
Luke Amos having a medical today! Happy days! #QPR
— Dale Hart (@DaleHartDJ) August 10, 2020
Count me unimpressed. Hope (that as usual) I’m wrong.
— Walter E Kurtz (nee Sobchak) (@arkanshah45) August 10, 2020
Not a fan of his but worth a risk if the price is right.
— Andy p (@Superbald71) August 9, 2020
It seems inevitable that we’ll go in for Luke Amos again but is it just me who thinks he doesn’t offer much to our midfield especially when he’s partnering Ball.
— matt (@mattqpr) August 9, 2020
— Michael (@Mike_H92) August 10, 2020
Luke Amos would a class move from #QPR
Mixed first season but knows MW's system, can play a couple of positions and is still only 23
First of a few this month I hope 🙌🔵⚪ https://t.co/BZf2lNdcDq
— Luke Phelps (@Iukephelps) August 9, 2020
Excited for QPR to announce a signing, for it to only be Luke Amos pic.twitter.com/nbCdCHREM3
— Kieren O’Rourke (@KierenIs) August 13, 2020
Fun idea, instead of slagging Amos off before he's even been announced, get behind him… #QPR
— Joe (@Joe_purn) August 11, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion
Last season was always going to difficult for Amos on the back of long-term injury blow he suffered in 2018. It cannot be easy for a cultured player like him to be thrust into an intense and physical league like the Championship just as he was coming back from the first major injury of his career. It is a shame that it did not work out for Amos at Spurs but I would not surprised if his class shines through in the next couple of years and he works his way back up to the Premier League.
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