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QPR owner Tony Fernandes is “sure” the club will name their new manager on Tuesday as Mark Hughes prepares for more talks over the vacancy.

Hughes held talks with QPR officials at Loftus Road on Monday and although an agreement couldn’t be reached, both sides were optimistic as they left the stadium that a deal could be struck when discussions resumed today.

Speaking last night, chief executive Philip Beard told Sky Sports News: “If we get things right then hopefully we can start looking forward to Newcastle on Sunday, but we have got some work to do.”

Fernandes, though, appears confident, replying to a question on Twitter with the answer: “Yes I am sure we will be announcing new QPR manager today.”

Rangers have moved quickly to replace Neil Warnock, who was sacked on Sunday after a worrying run of eight Premier League games without a win which has left them in 17th place, just one point above the relegation zone.

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