Chelsea's out-of-favour winger Kevin de Bruyne is being tracked by QPR for a possible season-long loan deal.
Jose Mourinho has openly admitted he was not happy with the Belgium international and dropped him after the Blues' Capital One Cup win over Swindon Town.
Now, according to calciomercato.com, QPR boss Harry Redknapp is keen on taking the 22-year-old to Loftus Road to help with his bid to take the club straight back into the Premier League after last season's embarrassing relegation.
Werder Bremen were also mentioned as a possible suitor, as well as Borussia Dortmund, but their manager Jurgen Klopp denied he wanted to sign De Bruyne.
Mourinho appeared to have taken a liking to the former Genk winger when he started him in the Stamford Bridge club's opening Premier League fixture against Hull City.
He was also given the nod for the trip to Old Traffrod against Manchester United, but Mourinho made it clear his training was sub standard last week when the Portuguese walked out of a press conference in response to questions over the situation.