The Moroccan will leave Loftus Road after an indifferent time.
Fulham are set to land QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt on a season-long loan once the 24-year-old has completed a medical at Craven Cottage, reports BBC Sport.
The Morocco international is looking to make a switch back to the Premier League after being relegated with the Hoops at the end of last season and knows Cottagers manager Martin Jol well from the playmaker’s time at Tottenham Hotspur.
Jol signed Taarabt from Ligue 1 side Lens in 2007, but the African failed to make the desired impact at White Hart Lane and was sold to QPR in 2010 for £1.5m following a successful loan spell.
The Moroccan was key to the west London club’s promotion campaign from the Championship in 2010/11, scoring 19 goals and providing 23 assists as the side won the league title and the midfield ace was named Player of the Season.
Over the past two years in the English top tier Taarabt has been used more sparingly, although still managed 61 appearances in all competitions between 2011 and 2013.
Now with QPR looking to offload the more expensive players from their wage bill, the midfielder is one who is being allowed to leave in order to save money.
Taarabt’s talent probably makes the former Spurs man too talented for the Championship in any case and will join fellow team mate from White Hart Lane Dimitar Berbatov at Fulham.
There have been reports of a falling out between the player and his current club as Taarabt was sent home from the team’s pre-season training camp in Devon for turning up late.