Manchester United midfielder Sean Goss has completed his move to Queens Park Rangers.
The 21-year-old underwent a medical with the London club on Friday afternoon and has joined for a fee believed to be in the region of £800,000. Man United are expected to have included a buy-back clause into Goss’ contract which gives us the option of bringing him back if he goes on to thrive at QPR.
Sean Goss to @QPR now done.
— Simon Stone (@sistoney67) January 28, 2017
It’s such a shame for Goss that injuries ruined his opportunities at United. There was plenty of promise when Louis van Gaal took him on our pre-season tour in America and gave him his United debut against Paris St.Germain but a serious injury ruled him out of the whole of last season. Due to that, his United career never had the momentum it needed after that breakthrough in America.
Moving to QPR and playing regular Championship football will do him the world of good. He’s got a similar style to Michael Carrick, so much so that comparisons were made when he played with our U23s and I do think he’s got the quality needed to play in the Premier League. QPR may well have made a great signing in Goss and I do hope he shines there.