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Hoilett set to choose

Junior Hoilett is all set to finally make his mind up about his future.

The player has long since given up on his Rovers career and has been scouring far and wide for a club that will pay him his rather excessive wage demands.

The likes of Borussia Monchengladbach (who thought they had him in the bag), QPR and Newcastle are all in with a shout of landing the man with extended talks taking place with at least two of those clubs over the last week or so.

The favourite at this stage appears to be the keen to revamp QPR who are just off the back of signing ladies favourite Ji Sung Park from Manchester United.

Hoilett is currently a free agent but a move to another English club would set them back a tribunal fee thought to be in the region of 4 million due to Junior being with the club since his early teens.

We could be set to find out as early as today where Hoilett is off to, but it's safe to say he's not staying Mr Kean.

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Writer: Mikey Delap Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 12 2012

Time: 10:48AM

Your Comments

im sure we'll live without him. QPR would be a good choice with Sparky in charge, he'll do well there. Good luck Junior 'Gold Digger' Hoilett
marshinrover
I wish he would stop counting the cash with his dad and just get on with it...
Rye_of_the_Rovers
Are you sure about this, I mean I though he was only 24 hours away from signing a new rovers contract, several times if I remember rightly, isnt that right Steve?
AustRover
Will be a good fit with Hughes at QPR. More cash in the Bank for the Venkys to siphon off!
dallydally
From a financial point of view I bet Venky's are praying he doesn't pick Borussia.
Mikey Delap
I hope he goes to Germany, less painful to watch and see him with another PL club.
IcemanBRFC
I just wish he would F off!! where is the loyality to a club that have developed him from the age of 13, when he couldnt play in the team cos of work permits and then has a decent season and legs it!! he could have even signed a new contractt o allow Rovers to get at least a small amount back on him .. to show that he appreciated all the help he was given to allow him to move to wot is esstentially a second division german club!!!
Clint
 

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