QPR are looking to arrange another loan move for young defender Osman Kakay.
West London Sport reports that Kakay is being lined up for another loan move and that winger Deshane Dalling is set to join League of Ireland side Cork City on loan.
Dalling, who made his senior debut in Rangers’ FA Cup thrashing of Swansea last month, has had his contract at Loftus Road extended until the summer of 2021.
Kakay has returned from a four-month loan at Patrick Thistle, having previously had spells on loan at Livingston and Chesterfield. He has made 12 first-team appearances for QPR, with six of them coming in the league.
West London Sport reports that Rangers are looking to arrange another loan move for Kakay despite the options being limited because the transfer windows are closed in both England and Scotland.
Verdict: Loan moves make sense
Another loan move for Kakay would appear to make sense given that he is currently well down the pecking order of right-backs at QPR.
Todd Kane is vying for a place with veteram defender Angel Rangel, while the likes of Dom Ball and Geoff Cameron can also fill in at right-back if needed.
Kakay needs to be playing first-team football and clearly his chances of doing so would be remote were he to stay in west London.
As for Dalling, he looked lively when he came on as a substitute against Swansea and appears to be a decent prospect.
But he too needs to get as much first-team experience as possible and a spell in Ireland could do him good.
The likes of Ebere Eze, Bright Osayi-Samuel, Marc Pugh and Olamide Shodipo are ahead of Dalling in the battle for first-team places at QPR and a loan move gives him a chance to get valuable game time.