QPR boss Mark Warburton is set to complete deals for Chelsea youngster Dujon Sterling and Ipswich Town midfielder Alan Judge.
Right-back Sterling has been targeted as a replacement for Darnell Furlong, who has completed a move to West Brom.
Sterling, who was on loan at Coventry last season, is set to move to Loftus Road on a season-long loan.
And Warburton’s hopes of being reunited with Judge have been boosted after the Irishman told Ipswich he wants to leave.
Judge, 30, previously played under Warburton at Brentford and is keen on a return to West London even though he signed a two-year deal at Portman Road in April.
QPR have had an offer for the Irishman rejected but remain keen on a potential deal.
Ipswich boss Paul Lambert has admitted that Judge has indicated that he would like to go.
“Judgey has spoken to me and I think he would like to go,” Lambert told the East Anglian Daily Times.
“It’s his prerogative to say what he wants to do, but I don’t know the state of where that’s at.
“He’s spoken to me and I guess it’s over to Judgey to see what he wants to do. I think he wants to go.”