According to Peterborough Today, Queens Park Rangers midfielder Michael Doughty is on the radar of Peterborough United.
Peterborough United are expected to be busy this summer as they aim to bring in a number of new players to mount a promotion push next term.
The League One club have already snapped up non-league duo Ricky Miller, who scored 40 league goals for Dover Athletic, and Danny Lloyd McGoldrick, who is a goal scoring winger at Stockport County.
The next man on their list is Michael Doughty.
The former Wales youth international has only managed a handful of senior appearances for QPR after a number of years at the club and has been farmed out on loan plenty of times.
After spending the season at Swindon Town, the 24-year-old could be set for a permanent exit from Loftus Road with Posh interested.
However, wages may be a stumbling block for Peterborough in their attempts to sign Doughty.
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