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QPR sign Chilean striker Vargas

Eduardo Vargas played for Chile at the World Cup.
Eduardo Vargas played for Chile at the World Cup. Credit: PA

QPR have signed the Chilean striker Eduardo Vargas on loan from the Italian club Napoli. Vargas played for Chile at the World Cup and scored in their victory over Spain.

His loan will last for the season and manager Harry Redknapp described him as "very lively" and "very versatile".


Harry Redknapp welcomes Fer's arrival

Fer scored the the Netherlands at the World Cup.
Fer scored the the Netherlands at the World Cup. Credit: PA

The QPR manager Harry Redknapp has welcomed his new signing Leroy Fer who completed his transfer today:

He played for Holland in the World Cup this summer and has all the attributes you'd be looking for from a central midfielder. He's just an outstanding midfield player - great physique, fine ability, he gets box-to-box. I’m really looking forward to integrating him into the squad.

– Harry Redknapp, QPR Manager on

'Top class, hugely respected' first team QPR coach

I'm really pleased to bring Glenn in. I have been really lucky in the last couple of years to have had Steve Cotterill, Steve McClaren and Wally Downes work with us. They all did a fantastic job here.

I spoke with the chairman about the possibility of bringing Glenn in and he thought it was a great idea. Glenn will be great. He has a brilliant knowledge of the game and will be fantastic out on the training ground with the players. He is a hugely-respected coach and, like Steve, has managed his country. I decided that if I was going to bring somebody in, I was going to go for somebody who was top class and that's what Glenn is.

– Harry Redknapp, QPR manager


Rio Ferdinand 'agrees deal to join QPR'

Rio Ferdinand has reportedly agreed a deal to sign for Queens Park Rangers.

Rio Ferdinand is currently working as a television pundit at the World Cup. Credit: PA

The 35-year-old was released by Manchester United at the end of the season and now looks set to continue in the top flight with the newly-promoted London club, the Daily Mail report.

Ferdinand would be reunited with Harry Redknapp who gave him his professional debut at West Ham in 1996.

The deal is expected to be confirmed by the club within the next 24 hours, reports suggest.

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