Robert Green told he can leave Queens Park Rangers

Robert Green
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Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes tells goalkeeper Robert Green that he has the option to leave the club when the transfer window re-opens in January.

Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes has told goalkeeper Robert Green that he can leave the club when the transfer window re-opens in January.

The England shotstopper's first-team future was cast in doubt following the arrival of Julio Cesar from Inter Milan, with Hughes suggesting that a move may benefit both parties.

He told Sky Sports News: "If in the future any of my keepers came to me and said they felt their future lay elsewhere then we can have a conversation about that and make a decision that benefited everyone.

"But at the moment it's early days and the challenge is there for all my keepers.

"It's a difficult situation for Rob but the opportunity to bring in Julio Cesar came very quickly and it's one that we felt as a club we couldn't ignore."

Cesar is expected to make his QPR debut when they take on Manchester City away in this evening's Premier League clash.

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