QPR are looking to sell Rob Green this month, the Standard reports.
Bournemouth are named in the report as being interested in the goalkeeper, and QPR are willing to allow Green to leave for free, as long as the buying club pays Green’s full wages for the next five months.
The goalkeeper is unwilling to drop his demands, and a new club needs to pay the full amount he is currently on until the end of this season, when his QPR contract expires.
There is no indication as to whether Bournemouth are ready to sanction such a deal, although they are looking for a new goalkeeper given the erratic form of Artur Boruc.
Green, 35, has played 25 games in all competitions this season.
He has missed just two league games all term, one through suspension in September, and the most recent fixture - a 1-1 draw with Blackburn on Tuesday.
20-year-old Joe Lumley was in goal for that game, and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has made it clear that the former key player is now no longer in his places.
Green is set to exit Loftus Road, and QPR’s willingness to waive a transfer fee ensures a move should be secured much more easily.