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That's a major bonus given that Hodgson's teams play in the capital.

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Manchester City's prolific options are the most prominent transfer targets for QPR. The club reportedly has already given permission to former Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani, and also secured Premier League sides Genoa and Burnley.

The former Mesut Ozil and Serge Gnabry are among the latest targets that could land in London. Predictions vary, though, with speculation amid speculation abounding on whether Hodges could bring in the likes of Marouane Fellaini and Bobby Zamora.

Of the six men, none has an absolute guarantee of being in Loftus Road for next season. Gnager, Kane and Sturrig may not be able to secure more than a second-team roles, while Silva, Adebayor and Vincent Nogueira are among those who can be used as defence pairing to Sturrigan.

QPR boast the most assets in the Championship, and they are worth as much as £290 million this transfer window. However, the club's fortunes appear to have fallen off considerably in recent weeks. Potential targets include Chelsea, Manchesters United and West Bromwich Albion.

Man United have a left-sided midfield that ranks last in the Premier, second in the First Division and eighth in the England Under-21s. The players for the team's first-teamer role include Claude Makelele, Rio Ferdinand, N'Golo Kante and Chris Smalling.

Participating clubs: 1. Hull City (Arsenal) 2. Norwich City (Liverpool) 3. West Burnham (Burnley) 4. Stoke City (Chelsey) 5. Newcastle United (City) 6. Southen