QPR chairman Tony Fernandes insists there will be no big pay-offs for players wanting to leave.
All those the club has in mind to shift from the rota will either compromise on pay deals or be subject to normal transfer fees.
It’s an open secret the club wants to start again and offload costly acquisitions that has seen the club relegated from the Premier League.
But as much as Fernandes wants to be rid of anything up to 10 misfits, the business sense that saw his rise to millionaire status will kick in will kick in when it comes to the big offload.
He said: “I will never force anyone to play for us, but we’ve got to get an option that’s good for the club. They’ve got to be fair for us. After all, it’s their futures as well
“Put yourself in my position. I’ve been relegated by these players, and now they want me to pay them to go somewhere else. Would you do it?
“If I let everyone go regardless, I’ll have a bunch of vulture agents at me straightaway. There has to be compromises.”