Done Deal : Queens Park Rangers Loan Out Alfa To Maidenhead UnitedPublished: January 16, 2020
Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers have announced via their official website that Nigerian center forward Ody Alfa has been loaned out to National League club Maidenhead United.
The agreement between both clubs will keep the player at The Magpies until February 29, 2020.
Alfa spent four months at sixth-tier club Billericay Town earlier this season and played on loan at Spanish Segunda División B club Atletico Baleares for a portion of the 2018-2019 campaign.
The 20-year-old is in contention to make his competitive debut for Maidenhead United in Saturday's clash against Halifax Town.
Ahead of that fixture at the Shay Stadium in West Yorkshire, Maidenhead United are 18th in the standings with 35 points from 30 matches.
Alfa has been described as a striker who can also operate on the wings. He penned a new deal with QPR last January.
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