Over the summer there has been speculation that Ngbakoto, signed from Metz last summer, was struggling to adapt to life in London. Creating some uncertainty over whether the player would remain in W12 this season.
However, French radio station RMC are reporting that Ligue 1 club Nantes approached the players agent, but was told he wants to stay with the Rs, suggesting the 25-year-old has now got to grips with life in London a year after relocating from France.
The club have confirmed that Nasser El-Khayati has left by mutual consent.
The winger was signed by Jimmy Floyd Hasselbank from his old club Burton Albion on a two-and-a-half-year deal last January.
Nasser scored one goal, a memorable last minute winner at home to Charlton, this coming in the 25 appearances he made for the club in his 18 months in W12. The 28-year-old found his game time limited at Loftus Road though and was sent on loan to Dutch side Ado Den Haag for the second half of last season.
With Holloway finalising his squad the winger was surplus to requirements so the decision for him to leave should be beneficial for both parties. On behalf of all the Rs fans we wish you good luck in the future Nasser.
It is reported that QPR have seen a bid rejected for Swedish international Saman Ghoddos.
The 23-year-old scored four goals, as well as assisting six in the Swedish top flight, the Allsvenskan.
He also caught the eye with an impressive goal scoring record in the domestic cup, scoring seven goals in seven games. He also recently broke into the Swedish national team, scoring once in his two appearances.
The source HITC believe that a bid of £1.8m was not satisfactory. Ostersund are rumoured to be looking for a fee in the region of three and a half million pounds.
Although unlikely, if Rangers want to offer an improved second bid they would face competition from the likes of Celtic and Ajax who are also rumoured to be interested.
It has been reported that QPR are thought to be interested in Wolverhampton front man Nouha Dicko.
The 25-year-old made 34 appearances for the Wanderers last season, scoring five goals and assisting four.
This summer Wolves appointed former Porto Boss Nuno Espirito Santo as their head coach. The former Portuguese goalkeeper has made a number of big-name signings since his arrival, pushing Dicko down the pecking order at Molineux.
Dicko has been used sporadically since the beginning of the season, largely being used off the bench in the latter stages of Wolves’ fixtures so far.
It is reported that Holloway, looking to finalise his squad is ready to test the resolve of the promotion chaser. The player may also be keen on the move, considering the possibility of being a regular starter in W12.
A source from Belfast has reported that the Rs appear to be closing in on signing Linfield’s youth star Paul Smyth.
It is believed that Ian Holloway had already made two offers for the 19-year-old winger, believed to be in the region of £90,000.
However, it is thought that Linfield are looking for a six-figure sum and Rangers are prepared to match it.
Other clubs such as Sunderland, Ipswich and Reading are also linked. However, for those who look into player activity on social media, Smyth liked our last edition of transfer weekly on Instagram, in which he featured. Potentially signalling that the player is keen on the potential move to Loftus Road.
It has been reported that Holloway is interested in a move for Aston Villa midfielder Gary Gardner.
Now 25-years-old the player will be looking to get his career back and track and have some stability.
Gardner has spent much of his career out on loan. He spent the last few years on loan at Nottingham Forest. Although, a managerial change saw Mark Warburton brought to the City Ground. It is thought that the Reds are not looking to launch a permanent bid for the player.
With Gardner surplus to requirements at Villa Park and Warburton seemingly not interested in a permanent move, an offer from the Rs could be on the way in due course.