The Hoops are making plans to improve their squad ahead of next season and could make a move for a former Sheffield Wednesday star
QPR are considering making a move for Nigeria-eligible wingback Moses Odubajo according to Westlondonsport.
The 27-year-old is without a club but currently trains with the Championship side with the hope of agreeing a permanent deal in the coming days.
The England born defender was released at the expiration of his contract at the newly demoted side- Sheffield Wednesday, making him a free agent.
The former Brentford man who has had issues with injury in the past would look to prove that he is past that now, with the Hoops waiting on him to prove his fitness before handing him a contract.
With his former boss, Mark Waburton, at the helm of affairs at QPR, it is likely that if he proves his fitness, he would be the latest signing at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Odubajo’s former boss at Brentford is now the coach at QPR. He would hope to play under his former gaffer, under whom he registered 45 appearances in the 2014/2015 season.
The Nigeria-eligible defender has featured for England at the Under-20 level but is still available to play for Nigeria.