Queens Park Rangers are still interested in signing Brighton and Hove Albion striker Tomer Hemed, despite the transfer window closing for permanent deals, according to Football London.
The 31-year-old has been at Brighton since 2015 and has gone on to make 98 appearances for the club, scoring 30 goals.
The Israeli international, who is valued at £2.25million on Transfermarkt, scored 17 goals in a fine first season for the club in the Championship.
The Argus reported that QPR were interested in signing the striker before the transfer window closed on August 9th but according to the latest report, Steve McClaren is now looking to make a loan move for the forward.
Having scored just once in three Championship games so far this season and sitting near the bottom of the table, a lethal striker is just what QPR need to change their early season fortunes.
Hemed showed in his two seasons in the Championship that he is perfect for this level, scoring 28 goals during his time in the division.
McClaren needs to do all he can to get a struggling QPR scoring and a loan move for Hemed would help solve a key issue at Loftus Road.