Liam Kelly is in line to return to cinch Premiership club Motherwell on a permanent transfer from QPR (Scottish Sun).

The goalkeeper was voted Players’ Player of the Season at Fir Park last term, despite only arriving on loan in January. He was key to Graham Alexander’s side surviving in the Premiership and the ‘Well manager has been keen to bring him back from QPR for some time.

Kelly is set for Motherwell.

Kelly is set for Motherwell. (Photo by Alex Dodd – CameraSport via Getty Images)

In what would be a transfer coup for the Fir Park side, Kelly is believed to be heading back to Scotland on a permanent deal. The goalkeeper was supposedly on his way to Dundee United, but the Tannadice club have not pulled off the signing from QPR.

Kelly wants to play regular football and is unlikely to get that at QPR due to the form of Loftus Road number one Seny Dieng. Motherwell have already signed attacking players Kevin Van Veen, Justin Amaluzor, Kaiyne Woolery and Connor Shields this summer.

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