Fitz Hall is set for showdown talks with QPR boss Neil Warnock which could result in him making his switch to Newcastle a permanent one.
Hall has made seven appearances for the Championship title winners since joining on-loan from Rangers and has described the move as a "dream come true".
According to reports the former Oldham defender is expected to sit down with Warnock on Wednesday as the former Sheffield United chief sets in motion plans to reshape his squad for next term.
Hall will be unavailable for the final day clash between Newcastle and his parent club, and United boss Chris Hughton told the Chronicle: "It's a shame for Fitz - it's one he wanted to play in."
"We've been delighted with him here. Not only what he's done on the pitch but with him around the place. He's settled in very quickly."
When pressed on Hall`s future, Hughton remained coy on the subject, saying "These are decisions that will have to be made and will be made."