QPR are on the verge of making Park Ji-Sung their marquee signing of the summer.
They have agreed a deal with Manchester United for the midfielder.
The South Korea international will command a fee of around two million pounds.
Park has won four Premier League titles and a Champions League since joining the club in 2005.
The signing of the 31-year-old is expected to be confirmed on Monday when QPR have scheduled a press conference to make a major announcement they believe can turn the club into a "global brand".
There are suggestions Monday's press conference could also be about a move to a new stadium. Chairman Tony Fernandes has revealed the club are looking at three potential sites for a new ground.
On Friday Fernandes posted on his Twitter account: "Excellent stadium meeting. Wow. Looks great. Going to make big announcement.
"Stadium will be in west London. Will not lose overall atmosphere. Lots to do and many pitfalls but great first step."