The former Preston North End striker has played just 22 minutes for the Hammers since arriving in January
Jordan Hugill looks set to leave West Ham United this summer, according to reports.
The former Preston North End striker, who only joined the Hammers in January, has failed to light up the London Stadium since his move.
And according to The Sun, the 26-year-old is being lined up by Championship side Queens Park Rangers ahead of a summer transfer.
He managed just three substitute appearances under David Moyes last season – amounting to a total of just 22 minutes of action.
Although any initial deal is likely to be a loan deal at first, the Hammers would be willing to let him leave permanently.
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However, should they be able to recoup anywhere near the £8 million they spent on him initially.
New boss Manuel Pellegrini does not see the striker as part of his plans ahead of the new season, who caused uproar with fans when he initially signed.
QPR boss Steve McClaren is looking to guide the club out of the Championship, with the west Londoners having spent three years out of the Premier League.