QPR owner Tony Fernandes provides update over transfers

22:14 09 July 2012

Tony Fernandes

Tony Fernandes


Transfer news: The R’s want two or three more players

QPR owner Tony Fernandes has revealed that the club are looking for two or three more new players before the start of the season.

The west Londoners have signed Manchester United’s Ji-Sung Park and loaned Fabio, Fulham’s Andy Johnson, West Ham’s Rob Green, Tottenham’s Ryan Nelsen as well as making Samba Diakite’s loan deal permanent.

But the R’s are not finished yet.

“We’re working on two or three more,” Fernandes told talkSPORT.

“It is never an exact science and some interesting things may pop up but I would anticipate two or three more.”

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