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Rio Bound for QPR?

Rio Bound for QPR?

Having turned down the opportunity of joining Aston Villa, presumably with a move to London high on his priorities, the grapevine is now suggesting that Rio Ferdinand could get his wish.

It would appear that the 35 year-old is high on the agenda of Harry Redknapp with the much-travelled manager keen to add Rio to his squad as Queens Park Rangers contemplate life back in the top-flight after getting promoted, via the Championship play-off final.

In fact it is being touted that a move to Loftus Road could be very lucrative for Rio with it being suggested that he`ll become the highest paid player on the West London clubs books, earning a salary said to be in the region of £80,000 a week.

The big question now being - Will Rio provide value for money as he approaches the veteran stage of a highly successful career?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday June 9 2014
Time: 7:38AM

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Seeing as it looks like only 'Arry will satisfy his wage demands (shock!) it's looking more and more likely. I don't get why rio is going to take the plummet in quality and why he doesn't just move abroad where he can have another 2-3 years playing still at top wages as opposed to 1 or 2 at most sticking around in England.
TheFamousNo7
09/06/2014 07:49:00
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