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Ferdinand - West London Bound?

Ferdinand - West London Bound?

Having been told, in no uncertain terms, there would be no new contract for him, following the running down of his current contract, it had been intimated that Rio Ferdinand might be set for a return to London.

Keen to continue his playing career, thirty-five year-old Ferdinand is a surprise target for newly promoted Queens Park Rangers, the club who beat Derby County 1-0 in the Championship play-off final on Saturday afternoon.

We understand that Rio is giving serious consideration to the offer and may very well take up the opportunity to sign for a club where his brother Anton played and a club managed by the very astute Harry Redknapp.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday May 27 2014
Time: 1:03PM

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Rio doesn't strike me as the type of person though who'd happily go from challenging for trophies to scrapping for survival. If a move to the states on mega money isn't an offer on the table then I reckon a move to London could well be on the cards seeing as there isn't much choice otherwise.
TheFamousNo7
27/05/2014 15:59:00
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Don't know why Ferdinand is classed as a surprise target for QPR with Redknapp at the helm I fully expected them to be sniffing round. Whether Rio will go or not is another matter. Then again wasn't it Harry who brought him though at West Ham? Might think he owes him.
MotorMad
28/05/2014 08:52:00
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