Queens Park Rangers are looking for sites for a potential new stadium.
The club’s owner, Tony Fernandes, told the BBC that he thinks the club could attract up to 45,000, more than twice the size of their present 18,000 seater stadium. The idea seems at an early stage, but will prompt speculation that the club could return to a White City location, where they were based as recently as 1963, as part of the redevelopment of the BBC site and the land north of Westfield London.
“It has to be in the area. There are opportunities in west London we are looking at”, said Fernandes.
This follows the news that Chelsea are looking at a move to Battersea.