Premier League trio Fulham, Bolton Wanderers and West Bromwich Albion are all in the hunt to sign Dexter Blackstock at Championship side Queens Park Rangers, according to the Daily Mirror.
QPR’s West London neighbours Fulham are believed to be favourites to sign 22-year-old Blackstock, with the Cottagers understood to have sent scouts to watch the England Under-21 International in recent weeks. However, it is now understood that the Baggies and the Trotters are also keen to bring the former Southampton player to the Premiership.
The Super Hoops want Blackstock to commit his future to Loftus Road, but the striker is unsure as to whether to sign a new deal at QPR, which has alerted Bolton, West Brom and Fulham.
Blackstock has been at QPR since joining from the Saints in 2006 and has found the net 11 times this season, with The Hoops should they decide to let the forward leave ready to ask for as much as £4million for Blackstock, who was bought from Southampton by former manager Gary Waddock for £500,000.