Former Tottenham and Fulham boss Martin Jol is the frame for the vacant Queens Park Rangers manager’s job, sources have told TEAMtalk.com.
QPR are searching for a new manager following the sacking of Chris Ramsey earlier this month with former Rangers chief Neil Warnock currently in temporary charge until a new man is found.
Warnock has admitted he does not want the job on a permanent basis and the club’s hierarchy are drawing up a shortlist of candidates to succeed Ramsey.
A number of names have been linked with the role at Loftus Road, but Dutchman Jol has now emerged as a candidate for the job
Jol has been out of the game since his departure from Fulham in December 2013 and he is thought to be keen on a return to management after his break.
The 59-year-old boasts a wealth of coaching experience having managed in England, Germany and his native Holland.
Jol is still based in England and is thought to be attracted by the project of trying to lead QPR back to the Premier League following their relegation last season.
During his time at Tottenham and Fulham Jol helped recruit and develop some of the best young British talent around as well identifying some of the best young players from abroad and his style of football is thought to have admirers within the Loftus Road board room.