QPR are not interested in attempting to prise Scott McKenna away from Aberdeen.

The English Championship club have been eyeing a move for the Dons central defender for a while but recent claims they had re-emerged as potential suitors are wide of the mark, Herald and Times Sport understands.

Mark Warburton previously had a bid in the region of around £3million for the Scotland cap knocked back last year. However the R's have not yet found proper cover at the back and are believed to still be in the market for a defender.

McKenna has been a target for the likes of Celtic, Nottingham Forest, Stoke City and Aston Villa in the past few seasons. However Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has never fancied selling one of his main stars.

Meanwhile, former Celtic star Charlie Mulgrew could finally be on his way out of Blackburn Rovers. The now 34-year-old has struggled to make an impact at Ewood Park recently and was sent on loan to Wigan Athletic. It is now believed the Scot will be allowed to leave, should Tony Mowbray receive serious offers for the player.