Clint Hill will make a decision on his future this week.
The 33-year-old defender, whose QPR contract expires this summer, has been offered a new deal at Loftus Road but may not be a first-team regular next season.
He must therefore decide whether to stay put and snub interest from a number of Championship clubs, including Leeds.
Hill, who played under Leeds boss Neil Warnock at both QPR and Crystal Palace, has indicated that he is likely to sign the contract offered to him.
But Akos Buzsaky’s future at the club is in serious doubt. He too has been made an offer, but hoped for better terms and has been considering his options.
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