EXCLUSIVE by Pete O’Rourke

Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Seny Dieng has agreed a deal to join Doncaster Rovers on loan, Football Insider understands.

Dieng, who signed a new deal at Loftus Road earlier this summer, spent two spells out on loan last season at League Two Stevenage and Scottish Premiership side Dundee.

A source at QPR has told Football Insider that the colossus shot-stopper, who stands at 6ft 4in tall, has agreed terms with the Yorkshire-based club and will join newly appointed manager Darren Moore at the League One side.

The athletic shot-stopper has yet to make his first-team debut for QPR, but he made 34 appearances this season during his loan spells at Stevenage and Dundee.

Dieng is well down the pecking order in Mark Warburton’s first-team plans and QPR feel he would benefit by going out on loan next season.

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A number of Football League clubs have shown an interest in taking Dieng on loan, but new Doncaster boss Moore has moved quickly to bring the keeper to the Keepmoat Stadium.

In other QPR news, it can be REVEALED the club have held talks with a free agent after he left a Premier League giant this summer.