QPR are looking to loan out right-back Osman Kakay in order to give him more experience within senior football.
The 22-year-old has recently returned from a loan spell with Scottish outfit Partick Thistle where he made 13 appearances for the club across all competitions.
Kakay has also spent time out on loan with Livingston in the 2015-2016 season and Chesterfield in the 2016-2017 campaign as he has adjusted to the rigoors of senior football.
The defender has also pulled on the QPR shirt 12 times since making his debut in the 2016-2017 season.
QPR have limited options when it comes to Kakay departing on loan because of the English and Scottish transfer windows already being closed until the summer.
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However, other clubs have been made aware of his availability reports West London Sport.
Kakay is behind Todd Kane and Angel Rangel in the pecking order to start at right-back for QPR while Dom Ball is able to cover for the position if needed as well.
Another youngster is also set for a loan move away from The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in the form of Deshane Dalling, who is set to complete a temporary switch to Irish side Cork City.
Kakay has shown promise as a youngster for QPR and a loan move away from the club for the rest of the season could do him the world of good.
While it may be admittedly harder to find a suitable destination for him, the chance of playing abroad may give Kakay a boost in his development as he adapts to a different culture.