Odds on the Toffees signing the 26-year-old Loftus Road star have dramatically reduced in recent days and Roberto Martinez is ready to offer the West London side an initial £12m fee for the striker.
Austin bagged 18 goals in his debut season in the English top tier, this despite the fact that QPR finished bottom of the Premier League, and it’s looking increasingly likely the former Swindon Town man will make an instant return to the top flight.
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QPR paid Burnley £4m for Charlie Austin in August 2013 and the prolific marksman has racked up 38 goals in 73 appearances for the Super Hoops.