Sky Bet Championship side Queens Park Rangers have enquired about taking Everton full-back Bryan Oviedo on loan, reports The Mirror.
Oviedo battled back from a serious injury after suffering a double fracture of the leg in an FA Cup tie in January 2014 and is slowly building up his fitness, but he has found himself behind Leighton Baines and Brendan Galloway in the pecking order at Goodison Park.
He has made 18 appearances in all competitions in the last two seasons, including starting in the 3-3 draw with Chelsea on Saturday.
It looked as though the left-back had been struck by injury again after being stretchered off in the 71st minute at Stamford Bridge, but Toffees boss Roberto Martinez has said the injury is not as bad at first feared.
Now QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has enquired about taking the Costa Rica international on loan for the rest of the season as he plans an overhaul of the squad at Loftus Road.
Hasselbaink has seen star striker Charlie Austin sold to Premier League side Southampton this weekend in a £4 million deal, and now winger Matt Phillips has been linked with a move away from West London.
It has so far been a disappointing season for QPR following their relegation from the top-flight last season. The 3-0 win over struggling Rotherham United at the weekend saw the Hoops move up to 15th in the Championship table.
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