QPR have rejected an offer from Middlesbrough for Luke Freeman.
West London Sport reports that Boro were unsuccessful after making an approach for the midfielder and that Sheffield United have indicated that they are also interested in Freeman.
The 26-year-old, who was signed from Bristol City 18 months ago, has two years remaining on his contract at Loftus Road.
Meanwhile, QPR defender Darnell Furlong has signed a two-year contract extension.
Furlong, whose deal was due to expire next year, is now under contract until 2021.
“I am delighted. No contract is more special than the one you’re signing now and having been here since I was ten it means a lot,” Furlong told QPR’s website.
“Contracts aren’t just given to you, you have to work hard to earn them. You can’t take it for granted and already I’m thinking about what I need to do to earn the next one.
“Nothing is going to change for me. I am just happy this has been sorted out so that I can focus fully on doing what I need to do to get out on the pitch.”
Manager Steve McClaren said: “Darnell fully deserves this new deal and I am delighted for him.”