Former Watford defender Charlie Rowan could be set for a move to QPR.
West London Sport reports that the 20-year-old, who left Watford during the summer, has been taken on trial by the R’s.
Rowan did not made a first-team appearance for the Hornets or during a loan spell at Accrington Stanley last season.
He spent time with Italian club Torino after leaving Vicarage Road but his future appears to be back in England.
And he could fit the bill for Rangers, who are short of options at centre-back and have been looking into possible signings for some time.
A number of defenders have had trials with the club in recent weeks and former Tottenham defender Sebastien Bassong has been training with them.
A move to west London for Rowan could be beneficial for both parties and would be consistent with QPR’s approach of giving chances to young players who have been shown the door by other clubs.
One of them, Ebere Eze, has impressed hugely since being picked up after being released by Millwall and this week made his England Under-20 debut.
QPR have also been taking a look at striker Lewis Walker.
The 20-year-old son of former England defender Des Walker has played in two Under-23 games for the R’s since leaving Derby County.