Sean Goss set for Ibrox switch
QPR midfielder Sean Goss has passed a medical at Rangers and is set to complete a loan move to the Ibrox club, Press Association Sport understands.
Details on the deal until the end of the season are expected to be finalised soon.
The German-born 22-year-old moved to the London club from Manchester United a year ago but has only made six first-team appearances.
The Light Blues hope to have midfielder Andy Halliday back from his loan spell at FC Gabala in time for the club's trip to Florida.
There is still some paperwork to be completed which would formalise the end of the loan deal with the Azerbaijan club.
Rangers fly out to the USA on Friday to participate in the Florida Cup, an eight-team tournament that includes Brazilian sides Corinthians and Atletico Mineiro.
The Ibrox club also hope Jimmy Nicholl will have completed his move to the Govan side as assistant manager in time to join the squad in America.
Nicholl, 61, a former Rangers defender, is currently Paul Hartley's number two at Falkirk as well as Michael O'Neill's assistant with Northern Ireland.
Attacker Michael O'Halloran will return following his short-term loan to St Johnstone.