Buzsaky 'had agreed Millwall move'

QPR midfielder Akos Buzsaky was on the verge of joining Millwall on a free transfer until Mark Hughes took over at Loftus Road, according to The Telegraph.

Former Hoops boss Neil Warnock had reportedly agreed to pay-up the Hungarian playmaker's contract, paving the way for a move across London to The Den.

"At Christmas I was told not to travel [with the squad] and that was the hardest time for me," Buzsaky said. "I came in and trained but I knew I had no chance of playing.

"He [Warnock] didn't explain why. But, in football, so many things change and, yes, it's been frustrating because I am a professional footballer and I was not playing football. If I am not given that chance then I cannot prove myself."

NewsAtDen understands that Hughes has decided not to sell or loan any of his new players in the current transfer window Рmeaning Millwall boss Kenny Jackett's interest in striker Rob Hulse is likely to come to nothing.



One thought on “Buzsaky 'had agreed Millwall move'

  • January 30, 2012 at 19:10

    reading the qpr boards, hughes has stated that a few players will be released to lower league clubs after the transfer window closes.

    Considering buszaky and hulse have been linked with us, maybe there is an option still open for kenny jackett, hence his comments about late in the window for deals being done, any thoughts.

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