QPR contracts are either due up on Thursday – a year from now, or longer still.

Here is the definitive list the Rangers head coach Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has in front of him in the second week of full training.

Contracts due up Thursday

Will he or won’t he? Talks with Junior Hoilett winger sees the Canadian international required to take a pay-cut should he wish to remain.

Hoilett has been linked with moves to Swansea City and Besiktas, and chances are he will look for a bigger pay day elsewhere.

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2017

Of the 10 players in the final year of their contracts, Rs are set to cash in on three in the near future, with Matt Phillips hoping for a £4m move to West Bromwich Albion.

Leroy Fer is in dialogue with last season's loan employers Swansea City, but Sandro is in limbo after he failed a £1.5m move to Sporting Lisbon.

Karl Henry signed a one-year extension last week.

Jamie Mackie is hoping he has better luck with injuries in his last contracted season, while Daniel Tozser has one more campaign.

Academy prospects Joe Lumley, Reece Grego-Cox, Michael Petrasso and Cole Kpekawa will hope to force their way in, or prepare for the future with loan deals.

Different due dates: Grant Hall (L) and Steven Caulker

2018

Ben Gladwin and Steven Caulker spent most of last season on loan. Of the two, the former has more chance of staying than an £8m signing on big wages and Premier League ambitions.

A long list of those with two years left include Nasser El-Khayati, Massimo Luongo, Tjaronn Chery, Alex Smithies, James Perch, Nedum Onuoha, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Sebastian Polter and Michael Doughty.

Jack Robinson make his comeback from a knee injury to play just one game so far for Rangers - but has another two terms to prove his transfer from Liverpool in 2014 was worth it.

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2019

New recruit Ariel Borysiuk was handed a three-year deal for agreeing a transfer from Legia Warsaw and joins just two further players contracted for the same time.

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Grant Hall agreed an extension in January, and Euro 2016 international Conor Washington also has a three-year deal.

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2020

Goalkeeper Matt Ingram signed from Wycombe Wanderers in January is the solitary squad member who could make it to the next decade.

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