Etihad Stadium centre back set for Loftus Road move.
Manchester City have accepted an offer from QPR for defender Nedum Onuoha, it is understood.
The 25-year-old has been little more than a fringe player at City and could now link up with former manager Mark Hughes at Loftus Road.
It is understood a fee between £2.5million and £2.75million has been agreed for the defender, who now has permission to speak to the west Londoners.
SOURCE: Manchester Evening News
The Man City centre back will be offered a deal worth £80k a week and would represent Mark Hughes first signing since taking over the Loftus Road side.
The Nigerian born former England Under 21 international is very much surplus to requirements at Man City and hasn’t started a Premier League match for the club for over 18 months and spent last term on loan at Sunderland. Onuoha has made over 100 appearances for the Etihad Stadium side but has seen his first team chances greatly limited under Roberto Mancini.
QPR could well do with further defensive reinforcements as Mark Hughes looks to end a run of nine games without a win and no doubt the Welshman will look to invest in other new additions this month as he looks to steer the West London side clear of the relegation zone.