QPR Transfer News, Rumours

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Defender Rio Ferdinand signs for QPR

July 18, 2014

Rio Ferdinand has signed for QPR as a free agent from Manchester United. He joined Manchester United in a £30m deal back in 2002 and has spent 12 years at Old Trafford, playing 455 games for the Premier League club. Here is a list of soccer games today from the Premier League.

35-year-old Ferdinand has signed a one-year deal at QPR after agreeing terms with the club earlier this week. Ferdinand, will now team up with manager Harry Redknapp who previously managed him at West Ham and Redknapp is delighted to have Ferdinand at the club, Redknapp said – “To bring him to QPR is a remarkable coup for the club.”

Ferdinand is also pleased to be at QPR he said – “I had a lot of offers from all over the world but the draw for me was to play in the Premier League,”

He also said – “I still feel I’ve got something to offer and I’m excited about helping this club cement its place in the Premier League.”

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QPR want defender Joleon Lescott

June 1, 2014

QPR are chasing Lescott after the defenders talks with West Ham united fell through. Lescott is currently out-of-contract with Manchester City and the defender held talks with West Ham over a possible move, but the Hammers where put off by his high wage demands.

Aston Villa, who Lescott supported as a kid, are also interested on signing him but it is unlikely that the Midlands club could afford the players wages.

Lescott joined Manchester City in 2009 for £22 million and has made 105 appearances for the club scoring 5 goals.

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QPR busy on transfer deadline day

January 31, 2013

Premier League strugglers QPR are set to be busy on transfer deadline day. The Hoops have completed the signing of centre-back Christopher Samba from Russian club Anzhi for an undisclosed fee.

The giant defender made his name in England with Blackburn Rovers, before making the move to Russia in 2012. He hasn’t really settled in the Russian top flight and was believed to be desperate to move back to the Premier League.

Samba is unlikely to be the last signing of the day with a number of players believed to be interesting QPR boss Harry Redknapp. Tottenham midfielders Jermaine Jenas and David Bentley are just two of the players interesting the former-Spurs boss.

Stoke have turned down a bid for striker Peter Crouch, but the Hoops are likely to increase their bid for the beanpole forward. West Brom have also rejected a bid for striker Peter Odemwingie, but the Nigerian is keen on making the move.

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Hoops boost defensive options by signing Korean star

January 30, 2013

Struggling Premier League outfit QPR have boosted their defensive options with the signing of South Korean star Yun Suk-Young from Korean club Chunnam Dragons. The 22 year-old has signed a three-and-half year contract with the London club, after the two clubs agreed an undisclosed fee.

Yun was a member of the South Korean side that took a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The young full-back has also now represented the full Korean side at international level.

The Hoops are also being linked with a host of players ahead of the transfer window shutting on Thursday night. The Hoops are reported to be interested in signing Stoke striker Peter Crouch, former-Blackburn centre-back Christopher Samba from Anzhi and highly-rated Toulouse central midfielder Etienne Capoue.

Hoops boss Harry Redknapp is infamous for his last minute deadline day dealing and this year looks to be no different.

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Premier League strugglers look to strengthen their squad

January 28, 2013

Premier League strugglers QPR are being linked with a £7million move for FC Porto centre-back Rolando. According to the Daily Mail the Hoops are looking to sign the Portuguese international on-loan for the remainder of the season, but the Portuguese giants are keen on completing a permanent deal.

Hoops boss Harry Redknapp has already moved to strengthen his backline with the acquisition of young South Korean international Yun Suk-Young. The 22 year-old is just waiting on a work permit for his move to be completed.

The Hoops look set to allow centre-back Anton Ferdinand to leave the club before the transfer window shuts. Ferdinand has fallen down the pecking order at Loftus Road under Harry Redknapp and is in talks with Turkish club Bursaspor about a possible loan move for the remainder of the season.

Ferdinand was part of the Rangers team that was defeated 4-2 at home to MK Dons in the FA Cup fourth round.

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Cisse joins Al Gharafa

January 21, 2013

Queens Park Rangers striker Djibril Cisse has joined Qatari outfit Al Gharafa on loan till the end of the season. Cisse was deemed surplus to requirements at Loftus Road afte the club completed the signing of French striker Loic Remy from Marseille in the current winter transfer window.

This is Cisse’s first stint outside Europe. The French forward is a well travelled man having previously represented the likes of Auxerre, Liverpool, Marseille, Sunderland and Panathinaikos apart from Italian outfit Lazio, the club from which he joined QPR twelve months ago.

Al-Gharafa are managed by Alain Perrin and have the likes of Mark Bresciano and former Middlesbrough striker Afonso Alves in their ranks.

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QPR part company with Dyer

January 8, 2013

Queens Park Rangers have announced that they have parted company with former Newcastle, Ipswich and West Ham medio Kieron Dyer. Injury prone Dyer, who scored his first ever goal for the club against West Brom in the FA Cup on Saturday has been released from his contract while New Zealand defender Ryan Nelsen has decided to take up a coaching job with MLS outfit Toronto FC.

QPR manager Harry Redknapp said that Dyer, who is one of the highest paid players at the club, did not feature in his future plans.

Meanwhile Dyer’s team mate, New Zealand defender Ryan Nelsen, has been appointed manager of MLS outfit Toronto FC. The Canadian club want him to take charge of affairs in March, but QPR are reportedly mulling over keeping him till the end of the season.

Nelsen has been one of the regulars in QPR’s backline since his move from Tottenham in 2012.

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QPR targeting MLS loan deals this January

December 9, 2012

New QPR boss Harry Redknapp has revealed that he is interested in bringing in players on-loan from the MLS. The likes of Robbie Keane, Landon Donovan and Tim Cahill all have experience of playing in the Premier League.

LA Galaxy pair Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane have just celebrated winning the MLS Cup, alongside former-England star David Beckham. The pair have both enjoyed loans spells in the Premier League in recent seasons.

Everton are keen for Donovan to return to Merseyside this January for a third stint at the club, but it’s unknown whether he will want to make the move. Keane is Redknapp’s main transfer target in January, as the former-Tottenham boss looks to strengthen his attacking options.

Redknapp is known to be a wheeler dealer, but has stated that he may not spend any money in the January window. The likes of Donovan and Keane could prove to be cheap options for the Hoops.

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QPR confirm Redknapp as new boss

November 24, 2012

Premier League strugglers QPR have confirmed former-Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp as their new boss. Mark Hughes was sacked earlier this week, after the clubs awful start to the season left the Hoops rock-bottom in the Premier League.

Hughes had brought in 12 twelve players into the QPR in the summer, but never managed to get the individuals to gel as a unit. Redknapp is noted for his man-management skills and will be hoping to turn things around very quickly.

Redknapp did a superb job at Spurs, guiding the North London club to fourth place finishes and Champions League football. When he took over at White Hart Lane Spurs were in the relegation zone and in a similar situation to QPR.

The QPR fans and board will be hoping that Redknapp can repeat the trick at Loftus Road, with the team in desperate need of inspiration.

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QPR bring in Spaniard and close on Cameroon midfielder

August 31, 2012

QPR have enjoyed a busy day in the transfer market. The Hoops have completed the signing of midfielder Esteban Granero from Real Madrid. The 25 year-old made 60 appearances for Los Blancos and is highly-rated.

Granero has signed a four-year contract at Loftus Road and could now make his Hoops debut at champions Manchester City tomorrow evening. QPR have also agreed a deal with Marseille to sign midfielder Stephane Mbia.

The Cameroon international star is in England to discuss personal terms and have a medical ahead of the move. The fee has yet to be revealed, but the deal is believed to be worth £3million. Mbia can also play at centre-back and has previously been linked with a move to Premier League rivals Everton.

QPR completed a deal to sign Brazilian keeper Julio Cesar from Italian giants Inter yesterday. The fee for the veteran keeper has also not been revealed.

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