Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega is the latest player to be linked with a move to Queens Park Rangers as Mark Hughes looks to drag his relegation-threatened side up the Premier League table.
According to the Mirror, the QPR boss – who got his first win for his new club in a 3-1 victory over the Latics at the weekend – is ready to table a bid for the Colombian who is out of contract in the summer.
The red-top reckons the west London side are preparing a bid of around £4million for the 26-year-old, although Championship side West Ham United are also thought to be interested.
Meanwhile, the Hoops have now agreed a price with Manchester City for defender Nedum Onuoha.
However, while the fee – thought to be around £2.5million – has been settled on, personal terms for the 25-year-old have yet to be sorted out.
Speaking to the Sun, Hughes said: “He has personal circumstances, every player does.
“They have to be thought through by the player and they have to be comfortable with the football decision they are making.
“A lot of boxes have to be ticked but, certainly from a football side, I am sure we can convince him this is where his future lies.”
QPR are currently 7/4 to be relegated from the Premier League but, with Hughes at the helm and a host of new signings being lined up, they are looking in great shape to stay up.
Their next league game is against Aston Villa on Wednesday and they head into that clash as the 11/4 outsiders to bag a victory at Villa Park.