Some of the recent transfer speculation involving QPR…
Reports in Pawel Wszolek’s native Poland say Legia Warsaw are looking to sign the winger from QPR.
Wszolek moved to Loftus Road on a permanent deal a year ago after impressing while on loan.
Legia Warsaw, who sold his compatriot Ariel Borysiuk to QPR in 2016, have been made aware of Borysiuk’s availability as the midfielder is not in R’s boss Ian Holloway’s plans.
Reports in Poland, however, say it is Wszolek the club are keen to sign.
Speculation Wheeler could leave
David Wheeler could leave QPR, it has been claimed.
Get West London claim Wheeler has failed to impress since his summer move from Exeter City, that the move has not worked out and that his future appears to lie elsewhere.
Washington linked with Posh return
It has also been claimed that Conor Washington could rejoin Peterborough.
It comes after it was recently claimed that Rangers, severely restricted by Financial Fair Play rules, could be in the running to sign Peterborough striker Marriott for £2.5m.
Now it is being suggested that Washington could return to London Road.
This would involve him being willing to swap his contract at Championship Rangers for a return to League One wages at Posh, or QPR – despite their financial restrictions – subsidising Washington’s wages while also signing Marriott.
Related West London Sport story: Close to their FFP limit, QPR want at least three out in January
Ghoddos still being linked
Saman Ghoddos continues to be linked with QPR.
The Iran forward, who plays for Swedish side Ostersunds, has been repeatedly described as a QPR target by several media outlets since being among the host of players linked with Rangers by Get West London during the summer transfer window.
It was claimed that Rangers, currently working to a restricted budget largely because of Financial Fair Play rules, were in the running to sign Ghoddos for a fee in excess of £2m.
He has never been among the club’s transfer targets.
N’Kunku linked again
QPR have also recently been linked again with Paris St-Germain midfielder Christopher N’Kunku.
Italian website Calciomercato reckon Rangers are admirers of the 20-year-old, who has reportedly told PSG that he wants to leave because he is unhappy about his lack of first-team action.
Again, the story appears to be based on N’Kunku being among the players Get West London linked with QPR during the summer transfer window.
Pilkington also linked
QPR have made an approach to take winger Anthony Pilkington on loan from Cardiff City, The Sun say.
Bolton are also said to have made an approach for the 29-year-old, who was previously among QPR’s transfer targets.
He has been tipped to leave Cardiff, having made just one league appearance for the Welsh side this season.
Speculation over Eisa
The Daily Mail say Charlton and Oxford United are considering making offers for Wealdstone winger Abobaker Eisa, who has been looked at by QPR.
Rangers have watched the 21-year-old, who previously played for Uxbridge and has scored six goals in his last six matches and 10 in total so far this season.
He is among a host of non-League players Rangers have watched this season.
The Mail claim Charlton and Oxford are keen on Eisa and that as well as QPR there are other Championship clubs showing an interest.
Related West London Sport story: QPR looking at Stones winger Eisa
Mail link QPR with Newton
The Mail claim QPR are tracking Stevenage striker Danny Newton.
A Rangers scout recently attended a Stevenage game, seemingly prompting the speculation that Newton is being watched by the club.
The Mail also say Barnsley and MK Dons are monitoring the 26-year-old ahead of a possible move.
Remy still being linked
QPR have again been linked with Montpellier defender William Remy.
The 26-year-old was linked with Rangers during previous transfer windows but has never been a target for the club.
Nevertheless, there is more speculation about his future and French publication L’Equipe have suggested that he could leave in January.
That has led Sport Witness to suggest there is interest from QPR and Leeds, who have also been linked with him in the past.
Story claims Burnley are interested in Onuoha
Burnley are among clubs to have made enquiries about QPR captain Nedum Onuoha, the Mail reckon.
The newspaper say Rangers are keen to extend Onuoha’s contract, which is due to expire at the end of the season.
And it is claimed that Premier League clubs have shown an interest in the 31-year-old, who returned to action against Leeds on Saturday following a hamstring injury.