QPR have revealed plans for a new stadium.
The Daily Mail says the Rs have unveiled ambitious plans for a new 40,000-seater stadium in north west London.
Since taking over in 2011, QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has made it clear that 18,000-capacity Loftus Road is too small for the level he aspires to for the club.
The announcement of the new stadium follows a recent pledge by London Mayor Boris Johnson to regenerate the Old Oak area. Rangers hope to make the move in 2018.
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