Queens Park Rangers desperate for in-form striker Charlie Austin to sign new deal on the table

According to the Express, Queens Park Rangers are waiting on Charlie Austin to sign a lucrative long-term deal with the club this season, but the in-form striker is yet to agree terms, sparking fears that he could seek an exit.

“The club want Charlie to stay, but all of that that is between him and the chairman. I am sure they will sit down with him and sort things out. He is going well at the moment, but he needs to keep going well. He knows that. He needs to get 20 goals this season. We have not had any inquiries for him as far as I know,” said Rangers manager Harry Redknapp.

Austin, 25, joined the Londoners in the summer of 2013, and scored 19 goals in 34 games (inc. playoffs) to earn Queens Park Rangers promotion to the Premier League. He’s enjoying a purple patch this season too, netting seven goals in 12, and the club are worried he may have his head turned should interest arise in his signature.

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