Former Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand on Friday completed his move to Queens Park Rangers.
The 35-year-old joins Harry Redknapp’s side after putting pen to paper on a 12-month contract that will earn the central defender some 88 thousand euros a week.
In joining QPR he reunites with Redknapp, who handed the former England international his senior debut at West Ham in 1995.
Ferdinand spent 12 years at Old Trafford during which time he helped the Red Devils to 11 trophies, including six league titles, one Champions League crown, one FIFA World Club Cup and an FA Cup.
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