The Sun newspaper have reported that Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sandro Ranieri has been deported following his clubs failure to renew his work permit.
Sandro will miss out once again as the Queens Park Rangers midfielder continues to liaise with the Home Office to help rectify a work permit issue.
Sandro got to exact a bit of revenge by scoring on his former club Tottenham, but QPR didn't have enough to get a positive result otherwise as they were defeated at Loftus Road, 1-2.
With Harry Redknapp leaving Loftus Road this week interim manager Chris Ramsey confirmed that he has almost a fully fit squad to select from for the match against Southampton.
QPR midfielder Sandro has confirmed he has stepped up his rehabilitation and is hoping for a return before the end of January.
Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has confirmed Sandro will be out until early 2015 but admits the prognosis could’ve been a lot worse and the player is "lucky" his knee ligament damage was not worse.
Queens Park Rangers are not only losing points but players as well with midfielder Sandro adding his name to the ever-growing list of first team squad members currently unavailable.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Sandro has suffered a fresh knee injury after sliding on his knees while celebrating a goal in training.
Queens Park Rangers added a key figure to their first team with the signing of Sandro on a three year deal, handing over £10million to Tottenham Hotspur for the transfer fee.
Midfielder Sandro believes the arrival of a possible new manager in the summer could reignite his Tottenham career.
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has numerous injury problems ahead of the clash with West Bromwich Albion this weekend.