Head of Football Operations Ferdinand and Academy boss Chris Ramsey have been placed in temporary charge and will lead the team against Southampton on Saturday.
But it is Ferdinand and Bond who Redknapp says are capable of taking the reins at Loftus Road.
???I???d love to see one of them get the job, for sure,??? Redknapp told Sky Sports News HQ.
???I???m sure Les can do the job without a problem. He???s a football man, knows the game, been around, been a top player.
???Kevin could do the job for sure, of course he could, absolutely he could manage a football club, not a problem, he???s excellent.
???Kevin and Joe (Jordan) have been with me everywhere: Portsmouth, all round, Tottenham, everywhere really, and so my relationship with them is great.
???But it???s not my decision, it???s got nothing to do with me, it???s up to Tony (Fernandes, chairman) and the shareholders who they decide to pick.???
Former Spurs manager Tim Sherwood is also on the list of candidates to take over at QPR. The 41-year-old is currently taking his UEFA Pro Licence, the qualification required to work as a Premier League manager, a requirement he obtained special dispensation to operate without at White Hart Lane.
Redknapp insisted??on Tuesday that his resignation was entirely due to the need for an operation on his knees and that his departure had nothing to do with QPR???s inaction on deadline day.
Asked if he had wanted some additions, he said: ???We tried but I could not say I was over-mad to. We could not find anybody.
???Tony was keener than I was, the chairman. He was trying for his life, he was non-stop on the phone to me.
???We tried one or two but there was nothing we were close to doing and I did not push Tony to do any deals.
?????I did not push Tony to do any deals and that was certainly not any factor in me deciding to call it a day. I could hardly walk this morning.???