Queens Park Rangers are looking to slash their wage budget before the January transfer window after a frenetic summer spending spree.
With high plenty of high profile arrivals from some of the biggest clubs in Europe, there are already questions being asked of how a club with one of the lowest attendances in the Premier League can sustain such a high wage budget.
The Daily Mail reports owner Tony Fernandes will amend this by sanctioning a clear-out, once the Football League loan window opens later in the month.
With many players responsible for the London club’s promotion, seen as surplus to requirements in the Premier League and many Neil Warnock signings still at the club despite being out of favour with Mark Hughes, there are a plethora of players who could potentially return to the Championship.
Luke Young, Rob Hulse and DJ Campbell are all likely to be shipped out to the Football League, while Robert Green may also be moved on after Hughes’s stunning loss of faith in the summer signing.
Only two players were moved on from QPR on deadline day, Joey Barton completed a deal with Marseilles and Jay Bothroyd has been loaned out to Sheffield Wednesday.