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QPR sign Man Utd midfielder Park

Queens Park Rangers have completed the signing of Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-Sung, taking the South Korea international to Loftus Road for a fee of £5m, the BBC has reported. Park had a year remaining on his contract at Old Trafford, having signed an extension last summer, but has been allowed by Sir Alex Ferguson [...]

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QPR swoop for England keeper

Queens Park Rangers boss Mark Hughes has revealed his delight at securing the services of England goalkeeper Rob Green. The West Ham United shotstopper was strongly linked with a move away from Upton Park, with his current deal set to end on July 1, and a number of Premier League clubs were believed to be [...]

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Anelka to swap Shanghai and London…again

Nicolas Anelka looks set for a sensational return to the Premier League. The Daily Mail reported today that London rivals West Ham, QPR and Tottenham are battling for the striker’s signature. The Frenchman only signed for Shanghai Shenhua in January from Chelsea but has not experienced the most joyful of times since leaving Stamford Bridge. [...]

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Hughes looks to bring Samba back to Premier League

The Daily Mail has reported today that Mark Hughes is planning an ambitious bid to land Chris Samba, in order to boost the heart of QPR’s defence. Hughes reportedly tried to sign the 28 year old centre back in January, however Blackburn held off interest and Samba eventually joined Anzhi Makhachakala for £12 million. There [...]

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Wenger turns to De Jong in quest for defensive midfielder

Nigel de Jong has appeared on the radar of Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger. The Daily Mirror are reporting that after the breakdown of talks with Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila, Wenger is turning his attention closer to home. Arsenal had earmarked up to £17 million for M’Vila so it is unlikely that CIty will price De [...]

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Villa managerial uncertainty could lead to Shay Given’s exit

Queens Park Rangers could exploit Aston Villa’s failure to land a manager to replace Alex Mcleish by swooping for goalkeeper Shay Given. In today’s Daily Telegraph it is suggested that Rangers boss Mark Hughes has named Given as his number one transfer target as he looks to rejuvenate  his squad who narrowly avoided relegation in their first season [...]

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