Queens Park Rangers complete Karl Henry signing

Championship club Queens Park Rangers have completed the signing of midfielder Karl Henry from Wolverhampton Wanderers ahead of the new season. The 30 year old has put pen to paper to a two year deal at the club, becoming the third signing of manager Harry Redknapp in the summer transfer window.

According to reports, the fee paid for the midfielder is somewhere in the region of £ 1 million but it is also being reported that the Rs have agreed a deal with Wolves that will see them pocket performance related bonuses based on the performance of the player and the club during his stint at the club. And speaking of his new signing, the former Tottenham Hotspur manager has stated that he is very pleased to have completed the signing of the player and he is happy for him to be at the club before going on to add that the deal is very good for the club.

The Queens Park Rangers boss stated that the player is a character and a winner, just the type of player that he likes to have in his teams and is hopeful that he will come in and do a greta job for the club.

Redknapp mentioned that he, along with the management are trying to change the club around a little bit and Henry is another piece of the puzzle who can hopefully come in and help them push for promotion to the Premier League.

Queens Park Rangers have also completed deals for released Newcastle United wing back Danny Simpson and former Aston Villa defender Richard Dunne and according to Redknapp, he still has four or five transfer targets in his mind that he is trying to bring in to the club, players who can help the club’s push for promotion.