Queens Park Rangers Sign Hull City Defender Jordy de Wijs on Loan

Queens Park Rangers have signed Hull City defender Jordy de Wijs on loan. The deal has the option to become permanent if the defender impresses.

The centre back joins the R’s for the remainder of the season and becomes the clubs second signing of the transfer window.

De Wijs has struggled for game time at Hull City since their relegation from the Championship last season, making just nine appearances for the Tigers this campaign.

Queens Park Rangers Sign Jordy de Wijs on Loan

De Wijs Becomes The R’s Second January Recruit

The giant centre half has only made seven League One appearances this season, but hasn’t been a part of the last nine games.

However, he wantaway defender finally gets his move and he is brings experienced at Championship level. He was a key figure at the club until he was frozen out, captaining the side under Grant McCann. De Wijs arrives looking to shore up a QPR defence which has struggled for clean sheets this season.

The R’s are battling relegation but did pick up a win in their last game against Luton Town. De Wijs joins a side with renewed confidence after that crucial win.

De Wijs could make his debut this weekend against fellow strugglers Wycombe Wanderers. A crucial tie for both sides in the Championship relegation battle.

The Defender is Pleased to be Joining

Speaking to the QPR website about his move, De Wijs said: “I am really happy. This is a step up again and I am very happy to be here.

“This is a big club with a good stadium, great fans and for me, it’s brilliant to be back in the Championship and play at this level again.

“I am a defender with abilities to play football. I am a robust defender. I like to get challenges in and don’t mind a bit of physical contact. As a person, I am honest and direct.

“I want to get myself match fit and play as many games as possible. Hopefully, it won’t take too long. I will do everything to get back on the pitch as soon as possible and give everything for this club.”

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