The England international is reportedly to move to North London after rejecting offers from Wigan, Bolton and Stoke, with Anton Ferdinand potentially following him to Loftus Road
Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips is expected to wrap up a move to QPR this morning with Anton Ferdinand potentially following him from Sunderland, The Sun reports.
Wright-Phillips has had plenty of offers this summer with Wigan, Stoke, Bolton and Lille all apparently interested in signing the former Chelsea winger, but Neil Warnock may be about to get his man, if reports are to be believed.
The England international is expected to cost around £6.5 million and will provide much needed competition in the Rangers midfield.
Wright-Phillips, who re-joined City from Chelsea in 2008 for £9 million, has yet to feature for Roberto Mancini's side this season, having made just two league starts for the club last campaign.
Warnock is expected to splash the cash on transfer deadline day after Tony Fernandes, the new Rangers chairman, released funds to improve the squad.
Ferdinand could be the next addition, reportedly heading to QPR with the central defender struggling to hold down a first-team place at the Stadium of Light.
QPR boss Neil Warnock has been busy since Fernandes' takeover, with the capture of left-back Armand Traore from Arsenal being sealed on Tuesday for around £1.2m, and the free transfer of Joey Barton last week from Newcastle.