Manchester United midfielder Sean Goss is set to join QPR after travelling to London for a medical, according to various reports.
The 21-year-old left Exeter for United in 2012 and has impressed for the reserves this season.
Goss has attracted admiring glances despite being unable to make a first-team impact and is now set to join QPR for an initial £500,000.
The deal could rise with add-ons depending on the midfielder’s success at the side currently 17th in the Sky Bet Championship.
Goss will become QPR’s second January arrival after Kazenga LuaLua joined from Brighton on loan for the rest of the season.
Sebastian Polter and Sandro have this month made permanent exits to Union Berlin and Antalyaspor respectively, while Tjaronn Chery has joined Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng in a £4million deal.
Ravel Morrison, another United youth graduate, is currently training with Ian Holloway’s west Londoners, Press Association Sport understands.
Morrison was part of the QPR squad promoted via the Championship play-offs in 2014, when on loan from West Ham, and the 23-year-old made the bold move to join Lazio a year later.
Morrison has struggled to make an impact in Italy and, having trained with Wigan this month, is spending time at QPR.