Could Eduardo be heading back to England next summer?
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QPR have been offered the chance to sign former Arsenal striker Eduardo, when the Croatian’s contract expires at the end of the season, talkSPORT reports.
The 30-year-old currently plies his trade for Shaktar Donestk, but has only scored four goals in 13 appearances so far this term.
As a result, the Ukrainian club are not expected to renew his contract, and he will be available to leave on a free at the end of the season.
QPR did bring in Kevin Doyle on deadline day, and the striker scored on his debut against Burnley at the weekend, but Eduardo is in a class above, and would seemingly walk straight into the first team.
The striker left Arsenal in 2010, after a three year spell that was blighted with a horrific broken leg that caused him to miss practically the entire season in 2008/09. He never really recovered his best form, and was shipped out to Shaktar where he has done relatively well.
The move could rely on QPR winning promotion back to the Premier League, however.