QPR are looking to sign goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown from cash-strapped Premier League club Portsmouth.
Rangers manager Paul Hart is looking to take the 29-year-old to Loftus Road from his former side, and with the player's contract set to run out in the summer, Pompey could be tempted to part with him for a fee.
Chief executive Peter Storrie admitted there is interest from the Championship club, but said no decision had yet been made.
"I admit there is interest in Jamie Ashdown and Paul Hart would like him, but we have not made a decision at this stage," he told the Portsmouth News.
"We have already got a lot of players away without losing any more. We will know in the next few days about that one."
Ashdown has only made three appearances for Pompey so far this season, against Stoke in the Carling Cup and the Premier League, and against Aston Villa.
The former Reading trainee has had limited opportunities in the first team at Fratton Park since moving in 2004 and could be tempted by regular football.