One of those, as the Moroccan says, is Roberto Mancini's Inter Milan side, who he claims are trying to negotiate a swap deal with the R's.
Taarabt started for QPR during the 2-1 defeat to Burnley at the weekend, generally impressing supporters with his performance.
The 25-year-old, however, has largely been frozen out by boss Harry Redknapp.
“Inter did contact me and they are sure about my physical condition. I think negotiations have reached a stage which involves Inter players that have attracted the interest of QPR; the situation is a bit complicated," Taarabt is quoted as saying by the London Evening Standard.
“I would like to move and my agent is working on a solution. There has been contact with some Italian clubs, we’ll see what happens, but I want to play for a side fighting for a place in Europe."
The QPR forward's departure could, of course, just be a loan move but it certainly makes financial sense for the Loftus Road outfit should they offload him on a permanent basis.
Taarabt is reported to earn a staggering £65,000 per week and having that weight lifted off QPR's shoulders would be beneficial were the Moroccan even a first-team regular.
The fact that he is not, though, provides further advantages for the west London side should they agree to sell him.
Whether Redknapp has given Taarabt a fair crack of the whip in recent months is another issue, however, as the 25-year-old proved at Burnley that his fitness levels are certainly up to scratch.