Fulham striker Bobby Zamora is undergoing a medical at QPR but has yet to agree personal terms, Press Association Sport understands.
The England international has been regularly linked with a January move away from the Cottagers and could now be set for a deadline-day move to Loftus Road.
Press Association Sport reported on Monday morning former Fulham manager Mark Hughes has made an approach to sign Zamora and the move has edged closer.
The Rs would fork out a fee understood to be between £4million and £5million for Zamora, who would join fellow frontman Djibril Cisse at the Hoops.
Cisse, the 30-year-old former Liverpool and Sunderland player, has returned to England after a spell at Lazio for a fee that Press Association Sport understands to be in the region of 5million euros (£4.18million).
QPR have confirmed that Cisse has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal at Loftus Road and has been registered in time to make his QPR debut at Aston Villa on Wednesday, subject to international clearance being received at least one hour before kick-off.