The R's have somewhat underachieved this season, but brighter times appear to be on the horizon with Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink at the helm, and a huge summer of arrivals and departures is imminent.
In fact, Hasselbaink could yet attempt to swoop on one of his former clubs, as Jordan Cousins of Charlton Athletic - a team Hasselbaink played for towards the end of his career - is believed to be on QPR's radar
The 22-year-old, who can play in central midfield or out wide, has been a regular for the Addicks since breaking into the first team back in 2013, and he even scored against QPR in the 2-1 defeat for Charlton last week.
A former England youth international, Cousins has potential and may be tempted by a move to Loftus Road, given that he can stay close to his roots in London, and look to kick on with a QPR side in far less turmoil than a Charlton side who are in disarray.
Cousins' departure would be a blow for Charlton though, who have seen a host of youth products leave the club in recent years, such as Harry Arter, Jonjo Shelvey, Carl Jenkinson, Diego Poyet and Joe Gomez - and Cousins could be the latest name to add to that list if QPR do make a move this summer.
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