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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
19 Preston 0 0 0 0
20 QPR 0 0 0 0
21 Reading 0 0 0 0
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 By PA Sport

Southampton sign Steven Caulker from Queens Park Rangers

Steven Caulker's latest supermarket outing ended with the QPR defender in handcuffs.
Steven Caulker will provide extra defensive options at Southampton this season.

Southampton have confirmed the loan signing of Queens Park Rangers defender Steven Caulker.

Caulker, 23, will spend the 2015-16 campaign at St Mary's, but Press Association Sport reports that there is no option for a permanent deal.

Saints have moved for Caulker, who has one England cap to his name, to fill the defensive void left by Toby Alderweireld's move to Tottenham and a serious knee injury sustained by Florin Gardos.

The defender only joined Rangers last season from Cardiff and made 35 appearances...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Charlie Austin is likely to leave Queens Park Rangers - Chris Ramsey

ESPN FC's Craig Burley gives his take on Charlie Austin's transfer options and whether or not Newcastle is a good fit for the forward.

Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey has said star striker Charlie Austin is likely to leave the club this summer.

Austin, who scored 18 Premier League goals last season despite Rangers' relegation, has been linked with Newcastle, Leicester and Crystal Palace, with the club valuing the 26-year-old at £15 million.

Ramsey told talkSPORT: "We have to be realistic -- it's unlikely...

 By PA Sport

Crystal Palace sign goalkeeper Alex McCarthy from QPR on four-year deal

Alex McCarthy will remain in the Premier League this season with Crystal Palace after moving from relegated QPR.

Crystal Palace have completed the signing of QPR goalkeeper Alex McCarthy on a four-year deal.

The 25-year-old stopper, who made the move to Rangers from Reading in August and made three appearances in the top flight for them last season, joins the Premier League club for an undisclosed fee.

The former England under-21 international was delighted to make the move to Selhurst Park, and told his new club's official website: "I'm over the moon.

"When I first heard about Palace's interest I was excited...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Charlie Austin could start next season as a QPR player - Chris Ramsey

ESPN FC's Craig Burley gives his take on Charlie Austin's transfer options and whether or not Newcastle is a good fit for the forward.

Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin could start the season at Loftus Road despite speculation linking him with a return to the Premier League, manager Chris Ramsey has said.

Austin scored 18 Premier League goals for the west Londoners last season but was unable to prevent them from returning to the Championship after one season back in the top flight.

The 26-year-old former Burnley forward has been linked with Newcastle, Leicester and Crystal Palace, with Rangers valuing him at £15 million.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Newcastle make improved offer to QPR for Charlie Austin transfer

ESPN FC's Craig Burley gives his take on Charlie Austin's transfer options and whether or not Newcastle is a good fit for the forward.

Newcastle United have lodged an improved bid for Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin, a source has told ESPN.

Austin has been linked with a move to Newcastle throughout this summer and new manager Steve McClaren is keen to wrap up a deal for the 26-year-old striker who scored 18 Premier League goals on a QPR team that was relegated last season.

QPR are reported to be holding out for a £15m fee for one of their leading assets and while the latest Newcastle offer is believed to fall short...