Queens Park Rangers finalise Coll Donaldson signing

A general shot of Queens Park Rangers' home ground Loftus Road on April 4, 2011
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Burnley manager Sean Dyche says that none of the club's players are for sale ahead of Friday's transfer deadline.

Queens Park Rangers have confirmed that Coll Donaldson has joined the club from Livingston.

The defender had been linked with a move to the Championship side earlier this month after impressing manager Harry Redknapp during a trial spell with the Hoops in December.

"Coll's worked hard to move his way up through the youth ranks here, so it's always a sad occasion when one of our own moves on," Sky Sports News quotes Livingston manager John McGlynn as saying.

"But like [new Sheffield United signing Stefan] Scougall, Coll's earned his crack at English football, and we will never stand in the way of any ambitious young players.

"I'm in the market for signing a replacement and hope to have more news on that soon."

The 18-year-old has previously been called up by Scotland's Under-19 side.

A general shot of Queens Park Rangers' home ground Loftus Road on April 4, 2011
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