- QPR defender Darnell Furlong signs a new two-year deal
- Goalkeeper Joe Lumley pens two-year contract also
- Under-21s youngsters James Haran, Aaron Mitchell, Jake Mulraney and Harly Wise extended deals by a year
- Deals offered to Michael Harriman, Frankie Sutherland, Brandon Comley and Ben Pattie
- EDS youngsters Bruno Andrade, Jordan Gibbons, Aaron Lennox and Jamie Sendles-White set to leave Loftus Road
DARNELL Furlong has put pen to paper on a new two-year contract – joining a host of QPR youngsters who have extended their stay at Loftus Road this summer.
It caps a breakthrough season for the 19-year-old – son of R’s legend and Under-18s boss Paul – after making his Premier League debut in February. The full-back lasted the full 90 minutes at Hull City before repeating the feat on home soil against Arsenal 11 days later.
He was also voted the EDS Young Player of the Year by R's fans following his breakthrough season.
Furlong, former Youth Team captain, has been at Rangers since the age of 10 and will remain in W12 until the summer of 2017.
Furlong is one of several Under-21s to commit their immediate futures to the club, with goalkeeper Joe Lumley also agreeing a new two-year deal.
James Haran, Aaron Mitchell, Jake Mulraney and Harly Wise have all extended their stay for a further year.
The club has also offered deals to Michael Harriman, Frankie Sutherland, Brandon Comley and Ben Pattie.
Meanwhile, Under-18s quartet George Butler, Nathan Corkery, Osman Kakay and Olamide Shodipo have all signed one-year professional contracts.
Fellow second-year scholars Addison Garnett, Andreas Komomidikis, Conor Hudnott, Martin Herdman and Callum O’Sullivan have also been offered a one-year extension.
DEAL: Aaron Mitchell is one of a number of under-21s to extend their contracts for next season
Meanwhile, Bruno Andrade, Jordan Gibbons, Aaron Lennox and Jamie Sendles-White will leave Loftus Road this summer. All four were part of Steve Gallen’s Elite Development Squad but have not been offered new deals following the expiration of their contracts.
Under-18s pair Tyrell Mitford and Trey Williams have also been released.
QPR would like to thank them all for their commitment to the club and wish them all the best for their future careers.
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