QPR will reveal plans for a new 35,000-seater stadium within weeks, Press Association Sport understands.

The Hoops' Loftus Road home is the smallest ground in the top flight with a capacity of just 18,439 and the club have been vocal in their attempts to find a plot of land for a new stadium.

PR chairman Tony Fernandes revealed this week the club are evaluating three potential sites and on Friday posted via his Twitter account the club have made a "great first step" in its attempts for a new stadium.

It's understood that drawings are at an advanced stages and the Rs will make a stadium announcement before the start of the new season.

The plans are likely to be unveiled after QPR return from their pre-season tour in Asia rather than at a press conference on Monday, which many had expected.

On Friday the club invited the national and international media to the event in central London, where they plan to make a major announcement they believe could help turn the club into a "global" brand.

There had been suggestions QPR would reveal a new stadium, although it is instead understood that Manchester United's Park Ji-sung will be unveiled .

It's understood the South Korea international will move to Loftus Road for a fee of £2million once the relevant paperwork has been completed.

Park would certainly help the Hoops achieve their aim of becoming a global "brand" after his success at United, not only on the field but commercially as well.

The 31-year-old won four Premier League titles and a Champions League crown during his time at United and is understood to have been swayed to join QPR by their ambitious plans.