QPR has identified former Sheffield Wednesday defender Moses Odubajo as a possible signing, according to talkSPORT.
Rs boss Mark Warburton worked with the Odubajo during their time in Brentford and the couple remain on good terms.
And it is understood that Warburton has mentioned Odubajo’s name to the club’s hierarchy as the Championship team look to strengthen their backline this summer.
Multiple sources have confirmed to talkSPORT that QPR is considering a move for Odubajo, with Warburton being a big admirer of the 27-year-old.
He wanted to sign Odubajo when he arrived in West London two years ago, but he had already agreed to join the Owls.
The right-back has had his fair share of injury issues, most recently at Hillsborough, but he remains a strong operator at the Championship level.
Odubajo is currently a free agent after being one of 10 players to be released by the recently relegated Owls.
It is understood that Odubajo could team up with Rs for the start of preseason training.
Rangers are keen to strengthen their full-back department, with Todd Kane likely to leave the club.
Meanwhile, talks are still ongoing over a potential deal to bring former lender Stefan Johansen to the club permanently from Fulham.
The west London side are also planning to sign a substitute goalkeeper this summer, with Liam Kelly keen to make a permanent return to Scotland.
talkSPORT also recently revealed that the club are keeping a close eye on AFC Wimbledon youngster Jack Rudoni.
The Rangers have already made permanent deals for Jordy de Wijs, Sam Field, Charlie Austin and Andre Dozzell this summer.