- Two names added to QPR’s EDS team, as Axel Prohouly and Joseph N’Guessan join
- Prohouly, a 17-year-old central midfielder, was last with Monaco
- N’Guessan, 19, is a forward who came through the ranks at Stevenage
QPR have moved to add two players to their Under-21 squad ahead of next season, following the signings of Axel Prohouly and Joseph N’Guessan.
Prohouly joins Rangers following the expiration of his contract with AS Monaco, signing a three-year deal with the R’s.
The 17-year-old central midfielder played on an amateur deal at the Stade Louis II, meaning his contract at Loftus Road is his first as a professional.
Prohouly joined Monaco as a 13-year-old and has represented France at youth level.
ARRIVAL: Joseph N'Guessan joins QPR's Elite Development Squad from Stevenage
N’Guessan, meanwhile, has also joined QPR’s Elite Development Squad, arriving as a free agent following his release from Stevenage.
The 19-year-old came through the youth system at the Lamex Stadium before spending time on loan at several non-league clubs, including Farnborough and Aldershot Town.
Forward N’Guessan has signed a one-year deal at Loftus Road.
QPR director of football Les Ferdinand told www.qpr.co.uk: “Both Axel and Joseph are players that we’ve identified with the future in mind.
“While there is much talk currently surrounding our transfer activity at first-team level, it’s important that we also recruit and produce players from the levels below.
“We’ve publicly stated that’s our aim moving forward, and we’re pleased to have added both Axel and Joseph to our EDS squad.”
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