Sunday People has suggested that a number of key players will leave Queens Park Rangers in case of relegation to the Championship.
Rangers are almost certain to get relegated seeing as they are seven points adrift of safety with three games to go, but that is only the start of their problems.
According to the Sunday People, Charlie Austin and Matt Phillips have already been promised they will be sold if the club fail to secure Premier League survival.
However, they also have another twelve players whose contracts are due to expire in June, with the likes of Ferdinand, Zamora, Barton and Clint Hill among these.
On top of that, the club could face a fine up to £50 million if they fail to pass the FIFA Financial Fair Play rules, so there is clearly not too much reason for optimism at Loftus Road ahead of what will be a very difficult summer.