Bristol City's Luke Freeman and Leeds' Hadi Sacko in action
Bristol City winger Luke Freeman has agreed a deal to join Queens Park Rangers, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.
QPR have been chasing Freeman all month with Ian Holloway a big admirer of the left-sided midfielder as he sees him as a key addition to his plans to reshape the squad at Loftus Road.
Bristol City rejected QPR's couple of initial offers for Freeman, but the two clubs have agreed a fee of £300,000 for the former Arsenal youngster.
Bristol City have reluctantly agreed to sell Freeman after he refused to play in their FA Cup defeat at Burnley at the weekend as he wanted to move to Loftus Road.
The 24-year-old has undergone a medical at Loftus Road and has agreed personal terms on a three-and-a-half year deal at the London club.
Freeman joined Bristol City from Stevenage in 2014 and helped them win promotion back to the Championship two seasons ago as well as stay up last season.
Holloway is keen to wrap the deal up as soon as possible before Tuesday's transfer deadline so that Freeman can be available for Wednesday's trip to high-flying Newcastle United.
Cardiff City’s Lee Peltier and Bristol City’s Luke Freeman in action