The 21-year-old joined from Exeter City in 2012, but was never able to make a first-team appearance during his time at Old Trafford.
He was often compared with Michael Carrick because of his passing ability in the U18s team and then moved up to the U21s, where he was a part of the title-winning team in 2014-15.
Goss made it onto the first-team bench in November 2015, but was left on the sidelines as he suffered a host of injuries which held him back from reaching his true potential.
The youngster is back fit again and there’s no doubt that he’ll be a brilliant signing for QPR.
He went on tour when Louis van Gaal was in charge and hasn’t been able to move forward due to the lack of game time available at Old Trafford with our recent squad depth.
At 21, a move to QPR will be appealing as he’ll be able to pick up game time on a consistent basis, but it’ll be a shame to lose a player with such potential, as we saw from his last game in action with the U23s last week where he provided a lovely cross for the winner.