EXCLUSIVE: QPR in talks with Ealing Council over new training complex
Queens Park Rangers are closing in on a deal with Ealing Council to make Warren Farm their new training HQ.
The Premier League club currently occupy the Harlington training complex in west London, formerly used by Chelsea.
Rangers midfielder Adel Taarabt at the club's training ground in Harlington
But co-owners Tony Fernandes and Amit Bhatia have made it a top priority to move out of their current base into a more modern facility.
And Sportsmail can reveal that the Loftus Road club are in talks over a move to Warren Farm, in Osterley.
The grounds are already in place, though the land would need a major makeover. And QPR are willing to spend between 5m-6m on upgrading the land to Premier League standards.
The acquisition of the land would be subject to QPR agreeing with Ealing Council that Warren Fields will still be of use to the public at specified times.
Mark Hughes was appointed new QPR boss on Tuesday and the promise of a move to a new stadium and a state of the art training ground was a key reason behind his decision to become Neil Warnock's successor.
QPR are looking into building a new stadium on the vacant 10 acre Dairy Crest site, in White City.