An outstanding end to 2020-2021 saw Mark Warburton’s side finish ninth, just nine points behind the play-off places.
However, Rangers badly struggled for goals throughout the campaign, with only Lyndon Dykes reaching double figures in all competitions.
Such were QPR’s goalscoring problems, Charlie Austin’s eight goals from January onwards made him their second top goal-getter.
With that in mind, Nketiah, who’s scored goals in the Premier League and with Leeds in the Championship previously, could add some much-needed firepower to the Rangers frontline.
The 22-year-old made 29 first-team appearances for Arsenal last season, although most of his game-time came in the cup competitions and the Europa League, meaning the youngster would surely benefit from another campaign out on loan in the second-tier.
Nketiah scored three times in 17 Championship appearances on loan at Leeds at the beginning of the 2019-2020 season.
The EFL insider believes a spell in the Championship could benefit him, telling FFC:
“Quality is needed for QPR to push for the playoffs this season, and with a few quid in the bank now you might see them go and get some quality from the Premier League.
“Someone like Arsenal young gun Eddie Nketiah, he could make a serious impact at QPR.”