Poland international Pawel Wszolek joins QPR on loan
By Mark Crellin
Last Updated: 31/08/16 9:18pm
QPR have signed Polish international winger Pawel Wszolek from Hellas Verona on a season-long loan deal.
The 24-year-old will link up with his new team-mates when he returns from international duty, having undertaken his medical in Warsaw on Wednesday.
Wszolek, who has been capped eight times by Poland, scoring twice, will join his compatriot Ariel Borysiuk at Loftus Road.
He told the QPR website: "I am very excited about the prospect of playing in England, the home of football, where fans live for the game 24 hours a day.
"QPR is a great club with great traditions, fantastic fans and big ambitions. I want to develop here as a footballer and achieve a higher level.
"I feel great and I am determined to start this adventure at QPR. For now, of course, I am focused only on the national team but, after I finish here, I am ready to get to work."
Formerly with Polonia Warsaw and Sampdoria, Wszolek had to sit out Euro 2016 after breaking his arm in training ahead of the tournament.
QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is pleased with his new signing and said: "Pawel's arrival is another positive step in the right direction for us.
"He's a Polish international with good pedigree who will bring quality to the side.
"He is versatile, can play on either the left or right, and works tirelessly for the team. He's a very hardworking player.
"I'm really looking forward to working with him and adding him to the squad."