QPR are set to complete the signing of Brighton striker Jan Mlakar on a season-long loan deal, talkSPORT understands.
Mlakar, who joined the Premier League side in a £2.7m deal from Maribor in January, is poised to head to Loftus Road for the 2019/20 campaign.
QPR boss Mark Warburton has been desperate to bolster his attacking ranks following the departure of Matt Smith to Millwall earlier this month.
Brighton’s pathway development manager David Weir, Warburton’s former No 2 at Brentford, Nottingham Forest and Rangers, is believed to have recommended the young striker to the Rs boss.
Mlakar has represented Slovenia’s national team at various youth levels, featuring for the under-16s, under-17s, under-19s and under-21s since making his first appearance back in 2014.
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talkSPORT.com also understands that the club are in advanced talks to bring another striker to W12 – which is expected to be another loan deal.
Stoke midfielder Geoff Cameron is also primed to rejoin the west London outfit on a permanent deal after thrashing out a settlement package with the Potters.
The future of Massimo Luongo remains up in the air, but there is every expectancy around QPR that he will move on this summer.
Luongo, who has been absent from QPR’s pre-season plans to date, has attracted interest from Nottingham Forest, who are continuing to monitor the Australia international’s situation ahead of the 5pm deadline on August 8.