Former QPR defender open to Crystal Palace or Birmingham switch

15:55 29 May 2012

Peter Ramage would like to sign a deal with Crystal Palace or Birmingham

Peter Ramage would like to sign a deal with Crystal Palace or Birmingham


QPR transfer news: Released defender Peter Ramage is looking to return to a club that he spent a loan spell with last season

Former QPR defender Peter Ramage has admitted he would be happy to move to either Birmingham or Crystal Palace after he enjoyed loan spells with the pair last season.

The 28-year-old played for the Eagles between August and January before moving to the Midlands for the final two months of last season.

“I had two great spells at two great clubs and really enjoyed my football over the course of the season,” Ramage told Sky Sports. “I played a lot more matches than I thought I would at the start of the season, with just under 40 games in total.”

Ramage added: “I’d love to return to either Birmingham or Crystal Palace next season, but I don’t really know their situation at the moment. There will be various coming and goings at both clubs and I’m not sure whether I figure in their plans.

“I hope I did myself justice and enough to be in consideration, but I’m not expecting anything to happen soon. I’m just trying to enjoy my summer with a lot of things going on personally as I’m getting married in a couple of weeks. I’m open to all options, though, and excited to see what happens as the summer progresses.”

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