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QPR keen to let Cook go and will pay loan fee if injured

QPR boss Neil Warnock says the club will repay any loan fee paid to the R's if midfielder Lee Cook breaks down with injury.

The West Londoners are keen to see the 29-year old get game time elsewhere but are aware of his injury worries so Warnock has given assurances to any clubs interested that they will be compensated should he not be able to get on the pitch.

"We're happy to pay back any loan fee paid for Lee Cook to a club that takes him if he breaks down during the loan period," Warnock said in the Ealing Gazette.

"Nobody's worked harder pre-season, and if clubs are worried about Lee's fitness, they should know it won't cost them anything, and they could still get a very good player."

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