Queens Park Rangers willing to let go of Paddy Kenny

Paddy Kenny
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Queens Park Rangers are reportedly open to selling goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, with Leeds United thought to be waiting in the wings.

Queens Park Rangers are reportedly willing to offload goalkeeper Paddy Kenny if the right offer is tabled this summer.

The 34-year-old had a successful season with the West London outfit, who managed to secure Premier League survival on the final day of the season.

Despite an impressive role in front of goal for the former Championship side, QPR are believed to be open to bids for the shot-stopper, according to Sky Sports News.

Kenny, who is currently in the final year of his QPR contract, is believed to have attracted interest from Leeds United, with manager Neil Warnock thought to be keen on reuniting with the keeper.

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