Tjaronn Chery, Sebastian Polter, Karl Henry and Sandro could all be on their way out of QPR, West London Sport report.
Rangers are in talks to sell Chery, 28, to Chinese Super League side Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng after the Dutch playmaker request a move.
And striker Polter could be on his way back to Germany after 18 months at Loftus Road.
Meanwhile, Henry and Sandro will leave this month if the midfielders find new cubs.
Rangers want to offload the injury-prone Sandro on a free transfer, while Henry has been told he can go following a bust-up with Ian Holloway.
Henry, who was signed from Wolves in the summer of 2013, has been ordered to train with Rangers’ development squad.
It all comes after manager Holloway, who is keen to sign at least one striker, recently pledged to revamp his squad during the January transfer window.
“For me this is only the start,” Holloway told reporters after the New Year’s Eve win at Wolves.
“Six in a row and you get all this nonsense spoken and it is unsettling for your group.
“I have to make some changes and people will leave here. It is all about business.
“It is about getting the right balance and getting people who are hungry and experienced.”