- Ben Gladwin has re-joined former club Swindon Town on an emergency loan deal
- The 23-year-old will spend 28 days at the County Ground
- QPR Director of Football Les Ferdinand explains decision
QPR midfielder Ben Gladwin has re-joined Swindon Town on an emergency 28-day loan deal.
Gladwin, 23 swapped the County Ground for Loftus Road in the summer, along with Massimo Luongo, after impressing for the Robins in a two-year stay.
However, after finding opportunities with Rangers limited thus far, Gladwin will now return to Swindon temporarily, until November 5th, so that he can continue to play first-team football.
That point was echoed by QPR Director of Football Les Ferdinand, who told www.qpr.co.uk: “For his education, it’s important that Ben continues to play first-team football. Under-21 football isn’t as competitive.
“An injury has meant he’s subsequently struggled for game time, and we thought this was a great opportunity for him to get some games and come back fit and ready to go again.
“He’s only away for a month. And when he comes back, I’m sure he’ll be raring to go. He’s still got a massive future at QPR.”