Defender Bradley Orr has been made available by QPR ahead of the transfer deadline.
The 29-year-old was told prior to Neil Warnock’s sacking as manager that his future probably lay elsewhere.
And with the signing of Nedum Onuoha having pushed him further down the pecking order, Orr will be allowed to leave Loftus Road either on a permanent basis or on loan if an offer is made.
Warnock’s successor Mark Hughes placed a temporary block on players leaving the club in order to assess his squad, but has now paved the way for Orr to move on.
Two Championship clubs have shown an interest in the full-back, who joined Rangers from Bristol City in the summer of 2010 in what was effectively an exchange deal involving Damion Stewart.
He played over 250 times for City during six years at Ashton Gate and has made 39 league appearances for QPR, six of them coming this season.
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