QPR haven't wasted any time in making decisions on who they want around to form their squad going into the new season.
The announcement of their Portugal training camp squad got tongue's wagging around West London regarding the future of a number of Hoops players.
Following Ben Gladwin's move to Blackburn Rovers, we take a look at four players who could be next to be ushered out the exit door.
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 have been granted permission to speak to Doughty, with a move looking likely for the next few days.
The Poland international hasn't settled into life in the Championship since signing from Legia Warsaw last summer.
Former-QPR man Martin Rowlands insists squad will be excited as they prepare to jet off to Portugal for training camp.
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.
QPR forward Jay Emmanuel-Thomas looks set for an interesting summer, as he future hangs on the balance.
The 26-year-old wasn't included in the 24-man squad who flew to the R's training camp in Portugal, casting further doubts over his QPR future.
The forward is widely tipped for a move this summer, with a number of League One clubs, including Southend United, who appear keen to secure his signature.
Emmanuel-Thomas had endured a disjointed career at Loftus Road since joining on a free transfer from Bristol City in the summer of 2015.
Having just made just 15 appearances for the Hoop, Emmanuel-Thomas has endured loan spells at MK Dons and more recently Gillingham, where he scored 11 goals in 35 appearances.
He returned to Loftus Road in February this year, but didn't feature under Ian Holloway due to ineligibility , who doesn't appear to count Emmanuel-Thomas in his plans.
Nasser El Khayati
The Dutchman is widely expected to move on this summer. He spent the second half of last season with Ado Den Haag and is very much free to move should an appropriate offer come in.