Loftus Road sees two departures.
Defender Anton Ferdinand and striker Rob Hulse have left Queens Park Rangers after securing loan deals away from the Premier League strugglers.
Centre-back Ferdinand, the27-year-old who move to Loftus Road 18 months ago from Sunderland, has completed a move to Turkish side Bursaspor and will spend the remainder of the season at the club.
Striker Hulse, meanwhile, has played even less of a role in QPR’s disastrous season this year after being left out of the 25-man Premier League squad. He had been on loan at League One side Charlton, but has now linked with with Championship outfit Millwall until May.
Millwall moved for the much-travelled Hulse after Darius Henderson moved to Nottingham Forest and Chris Wood left to join Leciester City.