The QPR squad jetted off to Portugal yesterday afternoon for what is sure to be an intense week of running, running; and yet more running.

Massimo Luongo, Michael Petrasso and Pawel Wszolek have been granted additional leave due to being on international duty.

However for three other players their exclusion from the squad could be a sign that their departures from the club could be on the horizon.

Michael Doughty

The 24-year-old midfielder looks set to find first team football elsewhere this summer.

After Ian Holloway recalled him from his season-long loan at Swindon Town in January, it appeared that Doughty was to get his chance to shine in the first team, but this didn't materialise.

He started just two matches for QPR under Ollie, and 12 appearances for the R's overall.

Peterborough United have confirmed their interest in the midfielder since the end of the season, and it's likely that Doughty will be allowed to move on to secure regular first team football elsewhere.

Ben Gladwin

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Gladwin arrived at Loftus Road from Swindon Town in 2015 but has ultimately failed to impress.

Having had three loan spells back at Swindon, as well as one at Bristol City, it appears that he hasn't quite reached the standard expected of him at Loftus Road.

Gladwin, who has made just 14 appearances for the R's, eight of which have been as a substitute, has been widely linked with a move to recently-relegated Blackburn Rovers, a project which is bound to excite as they look to get promoted at the first attempt.

Ariel Borysiuk

The Poland international hasn't settled into life in the Championship since signing from Legia Warsaw last summer.

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After a disappointing first half of the season, Ollie made him available to sign in January which led to him returning to Lechia Gdansk for the remainder of the season.

With Borysiuk seemingly not in Holloway's plans, the midfielder has been tipped with a move back to Poland this summer.