QPR are looking at Fulham forward Martell Taylor-Crossdale and Arsenal youngster Luke Plange.
Both players look set to leave their respective clubs at the end of the season and could be set to join Rangers, who have taken them on trial.
Chelsea academy product Taylor-Crossdale (pictured) has featured for QPR’s Under-23 team and appears to be on his way out of Fulham, having not made a league appearance for the club.
The 21-year-old moved to Craven Cottage on a two-year deal when his Chelsea contract expired in the summer of 2019 and hopes were high that he would make an impact.
He was highly rated at Chelsea, where he was a prolific scorer at Under-18 level, but wanted to move on in order to play first-team football.
He was set to sign for Hoffenheim but backed out of the move to Germany and instead joined Fulham, who appeared to have pulled off something of a coup.
However, Taylor-Crossdale has not made an impact and Fulham appear to be ready to let him go.
A Carabao Cup appearance as a late substitute, against Southampton in August 2019, is his only first-team outing for Fulham.
And he didn’t even manage a first-team appearance during a loan spell at Colchester.
The player clearly needs a fresh start and could get it at QPR, whose transfer policy has largely hinged on developing players who have failed to make the grade at other clubs.
Plange, meanwhile, is also a striker and recently played for Rangers’ Under-18 team.