QPR are hoping to offload Jose Bosingwa by offering him a big-money payoff this month.
The Portuguese full-back arrived on a free transfer, after being released by Chelsea last summer, under the regime of former manager Mark Hughes.
However, he has fallen out with new boss Harry Redknapp after refusing to take his place on the substitutes bench against Fulham last month.
The Super Hoops are now desperate to get him out of the club and clear his £60,000-per-week wages from their expenditure.
But, Bosingwa is reportedly unwilling to leave easily and would likely struggle to find a club happy to match his salary demands.
This has force the Londoners into exploring the possibility of terminating his contract, which has two-and-a-half years to run.
The 30-year-old has allegedly been late for training on a number of occasions and shown very little commitment to the cause:
“It is very difficult. He has fallen out with the boss and now doesn’t want to be there, but is on a big contract.” Sources close to The Mirror have revealed.
“He has been one of the most difficult players at a club some of the players have ever seen. He turns up, listens to music and clearly wants to move on.”
It is thought that a few clubs from Europe may be interested, but it is likely that QPR will have to heavily subsidise his earnings.