The summer transfer window is open for just two more weeks before it slams shut until January.
QPR have made a number of shrewd acquisitions in the shape of Josh Scowen, Alex Baptiste and Kazenga Lua Lua, but have seen only a couple of players head for the exit door; something which wasn't expected to be the case at the end of last season.
But which QPR players could let be on the move as the transfer deadline approaches? We take a look at those players who could be on their way.
The frontman’s only start this term has come in the Carabao Cup first round victory against Northampton Town, with Jamie Mackie and Conor Washington being Holloway’s preferred options.
Even last season, it didn’t appear that Ollie had full faith in what Sylla brought to the team, meaning that it’s entirely possible that the 26-year-old could be moved on in the next two weeks.
Sylla would no doubt attract a transfer fee as the Hoops’ top goalscorer last season, and he has been linked with a move to Swansea, Wolves and numerous Ligue 1 clubs over the course of the summer.
The 25-year-old has shown what he is capable of in bursts, but has by no means set the world alight since moving to Loftus Road.
Ngbakoto had a disrupted start to last season after suffering the loss of his father, and the attacker never really recaptured his momentum as the season progressed.
The DR Congo international will no doubt be looking for a starting position in Holloway’s plans, and if this opportunity doesn’t appear to be forthcoming, it’s likely that he could be on the move.
Ngbakoto has been widely linked with a move back to France this summer, and the signing of Kazenga Lua Lua may well have pushed him further down the pecking order at Loftus Road.
It was great to see the former England defender making his return to action against Northampton Town last week.
On the field you cannot deny the quality that he brings to the team when firing on all cylinders, but unfortunately the numbers just don’t add up off the field.
Caulker is thought to be earning a huge wage at Loftus Road, significantly more than his team-mates, and with the club looking to retain control of their budgets, it may be the case that retaining a talent such as Caulker is simply not plausible.
Personally, i’d love to see the defender stay at Loftus Road, but if he was to secure a move before the end of the month, most would see the sense in the deal.