Former Manchester United and Manchester City midfielder Owen Hargreaves is training with Queens Park Rangers.
Hargreaves was released by the Premier League champions this summer, and the R’s yesterday confirmed that the former England international was training with the club, Sky Sports report.
"Owen is training with the group. There is no obligation for either party,” said QPR manager Mark Hughes.
"He is keen to retain his fitness and we are more than happy to help him by allowing him to train with us and use our facility at Harlington."
The Premier League champions snapped up Hargreaves last summer following his release from Manchester United. The Canadian-born England international made just four appearances for City, following his controversial cross-city move from the Red Devils.
The 31-year-old has endured an injury-ridden spell in English football, following his £18 million move from Bayern Munich in 2007, but may find another opportunity at the London club, as they seek to further establish themselves in the Premier League following their late survival last season.
Queens Park Rangers have already busied themselves during this summer transfer window, signing Canadian winger Julian Hoilett from recently-relegated Blackburn Rovers. Hoilett signed his first professional contract under Mark Hughes’ tutelage and relishes the chance to work with the Welshman again.
"QPR are a club that are certainly heading in the right direction. The ambition to take this club to the next level was something I really wanted to be part of," Hoilett said.
"The manager and the owners have huge ambitions to achieve things here and this is the perfect place for me to further my career."