Reece Grego-Cox (pictured) and Michael Petrasso have left QPR after their contracts were terminated by mutual consent.
Forward Grego-Cox, 21, joined Rangers’ academy at the age of 14 and made six first-team appearances for the club.
Canadian winger Petrasso, 22, was signed from Toronto FC in 2012 and made 13 appearances for the R’s.
The contracts of both players were due to expire at the end of the season.
They have been shown the door as part of an attempted mid-season revamp by Rangers, with manager Ian Holloway keen to trim his squad in order to make room for possible new signings.
Steven Caulker and Yeni Ngbakoto recently left, Sean Goss was loaned to Glasgow Rangers and a number of other players have been told they are surplus to requirements.