Henry set for QPR medical
Things can turn around in football in an instant. Just when we thought Karl Henry's move to QPR had collapsed, it's reportedly back on again.
Talks regarding Karl Henry's proposed move from Wolves to QPR looked to have broken down.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Head Coach Kenny Jackett had said that the midfielder had previously held talks with the London club, but they appeared to have struggled to progress to a point where a deal could be finalised.
Reports in London last week first suggested that Henry could be set to join QPR following their relegation from the Premier League last season.
The 30-year-old is of course surplus to requirements at Molineux with head coach Kenny Jackett keen to offload him and his higher wages and three-year-deal.
It's unclear if Wolves would let Henry go on a free transfer or would demand a fee, but the main aim if he is not in Jackett's plans is to get him off the wage bill.
'I don`t know what`s happened on a personal level and I don`t know that it`s irretrievable, but QPR have been interested in Karl Henry and no deal has been done.' Jackett told the media over the weekend.
However things now look to have progressed with Sky Sports reporting that Karl Kenry is set for a medical at Loftus Road.
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