A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving QPR…
Talksport claim West Ham have made an enquiry about Rob Green and are interested in re-signing the goalkeeper.
QPR have not received an approach for the 35-year-old, who left Upton Park in 2012.
However, it is claimed that West Ham have made contact with Rangers and that a deal could be done.
Meanwhile, QPR are again being linked with FC Twente midfielder Kyle Emecillo.
Rangers have not shown any interest in the former Arsenal youngster despite reports in his native Netherlands recently suggesting he had missed a training session because he was finalising a move to west London.
Now Dutch media reports claim Emecillo was injured and would otherwise have been signed by the R’s, who apparently remain interested but would need reduce their wage bill by offloading Leroy Fer before any deal could be done.
Speculation continues over the future of Charlie Austin, with the north-east media continuing to insist that Newcastle are pursuing a deal to sign the QPR striker.
The likes of Tottenham, who have shown no interest, have also been linked with Austin, as have West Ham and Everton.
Only Leicester, who had an offer rejected, have so far made contact with Rangers over the 26-year-old.
But the Northern Echo say Austin has been Newcastle’s top transfer target and that the Magpies have made ‘a succession of inquires’ without being able to agree a fee.
It comes after QPR director of football Les Ferdinand yesterday reiterated to the Evening Standard that the club want £15m for Austin, only Leicester have made an approach, and that Rangers plan to make him another contract offer if he does not leave during this transfer window.
The Charlie Austin situation as it stands (August 8)
QPR consider new Austin contract offer (July 16)
Ferdinand confirms Austin may get new offer (July 17)
No Newcastle approach for Austin – Les (July 14)
QPR reject bid from Leicester for Austin (July 3)