Queens Park Rangers are set to bid farewell to two more players after the transfer window closed on Thursday night.
According to West London Sport, youngsters Niko Hamalainen and Giles Phillips have been lined up for loan moves to the MLS with a number of clubs understood to be interested. Who these teams are, however, remains a mystery at this stage.
Versatile midfielder Hamalainen is a fully fledged Finland international but was born in Florida. He joined QPR from FC Dallas in 2014 and has made three Championship appearances for the London club.
Phillips, meanwhile, arrived in the summer of 2017 after making his name across the Atlantic with Barrington, signing a three-year contract.
First-team minutes have proved to be elusive for the duo since, however, and returning home for the next few months could prove to be a good decision.
QPR loaned out a number of other seldom-seen talents in the final hours of deadline day with playmaker Sean Goss (below) joining St Johnstone, Paul Smyth moving to Accrington Stanley and Ilias Chair signing a contract with lower league Stevenage.
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