QPR are closing in on the signing of Wycombe Wanderers goalkeeper Matt Ingram.

The Hoops have reportedly agreed a fee with the Chairboys for the highly-rated 22-year-old.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is looking for a new face between the sticks as seeks to remove Rob Green from the Rangers wage bill.

Green is one of the top earners at Loftus Road and a clause in his R’s contract will earn him another year at the club if he makes another five appearances this season.

Southend goalkeeper Dan Bentley was under consideration to replace Green but it appears the Hoops have plumped for Wanderers’ rising star Ingram for the role.

Ingram had been attracting attention from Premier League outfit Swansea City but it thought to favour a move to a club closer to his Buckinghamshire base.

The young shot-stopper has already racked up more than a century of professional appearances for Gareth Ainsworth’s team after coming through the club’s youth ranks.

Ainsworth said this week: “There's always going to be rumours surrounding players. You've got Ingram, Anthony Stewart, Luke O'Nien as well.

“It flatters me but until there is something absolutely solid comes in we take them as rumours and Aaron is a Wycombe Wanderers player.”

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