QPR are keen to sign summer loan addition Mauricio Isla on a permanent basis, but it will cost them.
Isla signed on a season long deal from Juventus, and the 29-year-old has made nine appearances, impressing at right-back.
In his last game, a 2-2 draw with Manchester City, he provided an assist and made four interceptions.
QPR are reportedly enamoured enough with him already they have made their intentions known to the Italian champions.
Italian journalist Gianluca Marzio reports on his website: "There is an option worth 11 million euro to redeem him this summer, and this is becoming a concrete possibility.
"In the last few hours Juventus is receiving indications that QPR will redeem Isla whose future appears to be in England."
It's likely Isla will be keen on the move. Last season he started only 10 Serie A games for Juventus, which he is only one away from matching with QPR.
His mind, and QPR's may be made up dependent on Premier League survival, but assuming they can beat the drop, they will be in pole position to snap him up on a permanent basis.