QPR are keen to complete their summer transfer business as early as possible and avoid a last-day scramble to sign players.
Rangers' transfer policy has been much-maligned in recent seasons as a raft of players came and went through the revolving door at Loftus Road.
But, with the appointment of Les Ferdinand as director of football and Chris Ramsey as head coach, QPR are keen to change their image.
They made their first forays into the market earlier this week and brought in Massimo Luongo and Ben Gladwick from League One play-off finalists Swindon and the duo had both been eyed by Premier League clubs.
And Ferdinand is keen to see more developing players coming into the club as they look to bounce back into the Premier League at the first attempt.
“We’re trying to get business done early,” he told the club's official website. “We’ve lost a lot of players – those who are out of contract and those whose loans are up – so we want to get a head-start in the market if we can.
“This is a signal of our intent, because these two lads were in great demand from a lot of clubs, including a couple from the Premier League.
“They are both players of great potential, but they are very-much in the development stages of their careers. I know QPR fans want to see players such as Mass and Ben at the club, and I ask them to give the pair support and patience as they continue to grow as players.”
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