QPR want Jordan Hugill back next season.
Striker Hugill scored 15 goals during his year on loan at Loftus Road from West Ham.
And Rangers would like him to be included in any deal with the Hammers for Ebere Eze.
The east London club are interested in Eze as well as Brentford winger Said Benrahma.
QPR, who believe Eze is worth at least £20m, are looking to sign at least a couple of forwards this summer.
They would like to sign Hugill either on loan or a permanent deal and believe their best chance might be if West Ham make a move for Eze, who is also wanted by Crystal Palace.
QPR players to be offered new deals
QPR are set to offer new contracts to Conor Masterson, Osman Kakay and goalkeeper Seny Dieng.
The contracts of all three players are due to expire next year and Rangers are keen to cement their futures at Loftus Road.
Bees back in for Toney and Balogun
Brentford are in talks with Peterborough again over a potential deal to sign striker Ivan Toney.
Toney, 24, is one of a number of forwards Brentford have earmarked as a potential signing this summer.
They made an approach to Peterborough for him in January but were unable to reach an agreement with the League One club.
The Bees also tried to land Arsenal’s Folarin Balogun and remain interested in the 19-year-old midfielder.
Henry appeal succeeds
Brentford’s appeal against Rico Henry’s red card against Swansea has been upheld.
The left-back will therefore not be suspended and will be available for Wednesday’s Championship play-off semi-final second leg at Griffin Park.
‘Huge battle’ awaits Fulham – Parker
Scott Parker expects a “huge battle” in Thursday’s second leg – but Fulham are within touching distance of Wembley after a 2-0 win at Cardiff.
They dominated the Championship play-off semi-final first leg in Wales, where Josh Onomah’s superb individual goal and Neeskens Kebano’s injury-time free-kick put them in control of the tie.
“It will be another huge battle on Thursday. This is only halfway through but we’ll stand up to the challenge,” Parker declared.
Homer returns home
Tom Homer has returned to London Irish from Bath.
The full-back, who made 113 appearances during his previous spell with the Exiles, played 70 times in the Premiership for Bath during his five years with them.
“I am delighted to get the chance to come back to where it all started and to put the green jersey on again,” he said.