QPR are looking for a new kit manufacturer – eight months after signing a 10-year deal with Dryworld.
The Canada-based company have been experiencing financial problems and Rangers will finish their association with them at the end of the season.
The club is also considering legal action over an alleged breach of contract, relating both to unpaid money and a failure to produce merchandise on time.
This season’s replica shirts were not ready for sale at the start of the campaign and the QPR squad began the season still using training gear supplied by Nike, the club’s previous kit manufacturer, because Dryworld’s stock arrived late.
A number of other clubs, including Watford, are also ending their association with Dryworld.