Stephen Duke-McKenna has completed his loan move to Torquay United.
West London Sport revealed this week that the midfielder was set to join the Gulls for the rest of the season.
Duke-McKenna has made four first-team appearances for Rangers, all as a substitute.
The 21-year-old began his career at Everton and was brought to west London in 2019 after being released by Bolton.
He featured in Rangers’ Carabao Cup win against Everton this season – and scored in the penalty shoot-out.
Meanwhile, QPR want to sign Tom Lawrence from Derby County.
With the Rams in administration, Rangers are looking to capture 28-year-old for a cut-price fee.
Manager Mark Warburton is keen to bring in an attacking midfielder during this month’s transfer window.
And Lawrence has long been his top target, although other clubs also want the Wales international.
Rangers have approached Derby’s administrators in an attempt to thrash out a deal.
Lawrence began his career at Manchester United before joining Leicester, who sold him to Derby in 2017.
Warburton is also hoping to bring in a centre-back.