QPR are due to speak to Ishak Belfodil’s agent on Tuesday.
Belfodil, 22, could move to Loftus Road on loan from Inter Milan after Rangers appeared to reach an agreement with Parma, who co-own the Algerian forward.
Inter are happy for him to make the move and Parma seem ready to give their consent, after initially insisting they wanted him sold for at least £7.5m.
Parma would net 50% of any transfer fee, having signed him from Lyon in 2012 and agreed a deal for him to join Inter last summer.
Italian media reports on Monday claimed Belfodil was already in London to complete a move.
In the last 24 hours his representatives have suggested that West Ham are still interested in him despite their recent capture of striker Marco Borriello from Roma.
Belfodil is one of a number of forwards Rangers have identified as a possible pre-deadline signing.