ALBION striker Tomer Hemed’s future is up in the air.

The Israeli has spent the season on loan to Queens Park Rangers in the Championship and is out of contract this summer.

Hemed, 32, joined Rangers at the end of August.

He scored seven goals in 29 appearances for them in all competitions but they indicated in February he would not be staying beyond the end of the season.

Hemed found himself surplus to requirements at Albion last summer after they signed Florin Andone.

He has scored 33 goals in 108 games for the Seagulls since they bought him from Spanish club Almeria four years ago for a six-figure fee.

The only other member of Albion’s senior squad out of contract at the end of next month is veteran skipper Bruno, who could make his final appearance against Manchester City on Sunday.