According to a report on Belgian website Nieuwsblad, John Bostock will move to Queens Park Rangers in the near future.
Bostock has reportedly agreed to a move to Loftus Road, with the transfer set to be announced in the near future.
The 24-year-old is currently playing for OH Leuven in Belgium, but a move back to QPR has apparently tempted him back to England.
Bostock has been rebuilding his career in Belgium, after his progression stalled as a youngster.
The attacking midfielder was regarded as a wonderful talent during his time with Crystal Palace, but a move to Tottenham Hotspur halted his development.
Bostock never played a Premier League match for Spurs, and he was sent out on a series on loan spells.
After failing to find a permanent home, Bostock’s performance became progressively worse until he ended up completing a switch to OH Leuven.
Bostock has been in fine form in Belgium, and now Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is set to give him his chance to show his quality again in English football.