Henry Hawkins signs new deal

HENRY Hawkins has extended his time with QPR by signing a new deal with the club.

The 20-year-old centre-back came to Rangers when he was just eight and has progressed through the age groups, captaining our Under 18s before becoming a regular in the Development Squad in recent years.

“Being a QPR fan as well, this is obviously really special,” Hawkins said.

“It is another step on my journey. Last year was a good one for me in terms of my development and now I am looking forward to pre-season already.”

As he eyes continued progress in the upcoming 2024/25 campaign, Hawkins added: “Now my focus is on taking the next step.

“Progress isn’t always a straight road but I am really excited about the future.”

CEO Christian Nourry said:  “Henry has the requisite passing and physical capacities that made us want to see more of him in the coming months.

“He has demonstrated his capacity in 2023/24 to be a leader in the Development Squad group. The floor is his to grab this next step with both hands.”



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