Leeds boss gives clearest hint yet that he is to sign QPR star

08:49 22 June 2012

Patrick Kenny, Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper

Patrick Kenny, Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper

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Transfer News: Neil Warnock is likely to move for goalkeeper Paddy Kenny after former West Ham stopper Rob Green joined the R’s

Leeds boss Neil Warnock has given the clearest hint that he is looking to bring in QPR goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, who he worked with at Loftus Road as well as Sheffield United and Bury.

The R’s have signed former West Ham stopper Rob Green, which seemingly paves the way for Kenny’s departure.

“I’ve been with Paddy for a long time and you never say never,” Warnock said.

“But I’d imagine it depends on who QPR buy or bring in first.”

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