Two more young players could soon be swapping Tottenham for QPR.
Rangers’ director of football Les Ferdinand and technical director Chris Ramsey are both former Spurs men and have picked up several youngsters following their release by the north London club in recent years.
They include Grant Hall, Aramide Oteh and Charlie Owens, while Luke Amos was bought after a spell on loan and Massimo Luongo joined the R’s having left Spurs for Swindon Town.
West London Sport recently reported that QPR were giving a trial to midfielder Rafferty Pedder, whose Tottenham contract expires at the end of the season.
It appears that Pedder will not be offered a new deal and that Rangers have been having a look at him ahead of a possible move.
And the Evening Standard say QPR are also among Championship clubs keen on Dilan Markanday.
Bournemouth, West Brom and Scottish rivals Rangers and Celtic are also said to be interested in the 20-year-old winger.
His Spurs contract expires at the end of the season too and his future is currently unclear.
The Standard say Spurs would like him to sign a new contract and then go out on loan but that a permanent move cannot be ruled out.