QPR are ready to offload goalkeeper Matt Ingram.
The club are looking to tie up the signing of Livingston keeper Liam Kelly, who previously played under new R’s boss Mark Warburton at Glasgow Rangers.
Kelly, 23, has indicated that he wants to make the move to west London, although other Championship clubs are interested.
QPR want him to compete for a place with Joe Lumley and will listen to offers for Ingram, who has failed to impress.
Signed from Wycombe in 2016, Ingram had to wait for a run in the side before being installed as number one following last year’s sale of Alex Smithies to Cardiff City.
He performed poorly and was replaced by Lumley, who made 46 appearances last season.
The out-of-contract Seny Dieng has been offered a new deal by QPR, who plan to loan him out again next season – the Swiss keeper, 24, spent the second half of last term on loan at Dundee.
But there appears to be no way back for Ingram, 25, and several clubs have been made aware of his availability.
Warburton hopes to complete the signings of Kelly and Glasgow Rangers left-back Lee Wallace in the coming days.
Wallace, who turns 32 in August, also played under Warburton at Ibrox and is available on a free transfer.