QPR boss Mark Warburton is facing the sack, and the Hoops are eying a move for club legend Gareth Ainsworth to replace him as reported by TEAMtalk.com.
Ainsworth made one hundred and forty-one league appearances for Rangers, scoring thirty-six goals in seven years at Loftus Road.
QPR only appointed Warburton in the summer, but after a bright start, they have lost four out of their last five and failed to keep a clean sheet all season. The club hierarchy is now ready to make a change in the dugout according to the report.
Ainsworth has lately been in-demand after performing minor miracles at the Chairboys, with his hardworking, well-drilled unit currently top of League One.
It is an outstanding run of form which attracted both Sunderland and another former club Lincoln City to make an advance for his services recently.
Both were eventually knocked back by the forty-six-year-old. Nonetheless, Ainsworth’s charismatic personality allied to his undeniable talent is always likely to spark rumours while Wycombe continues to sit at the top of the league.
Ainsworth has made no secret of his ambition to manage at the highest level, but he’s also made no secret of his love for Wycombe.
With the investment of Rob Couhig now allowing him to potentially fulfil his ambitions at Adams Park, it will take some offer to tempt him away.
Loved by all the clubs he played at, he does have an affinity with QPR, and if the story is correct, there could be another worrying time on the horizon for Wycombe fans.