QPR manager Mark Hughes sealed former Chelsea defender Jose Bosingwa on a giveaway send on Friday.
Bosingwa was expelled by a Blues during a finish of final deteriorate after assisting a bar win the Champions League and FA Cup, though a Portugal right-back has done a discerning lapse to west London with Hughes’s side.
Hughes had surpassing reliable QPR were in talks with Bosingwa and a 29-year-old has now sealed a three-year agreement with a Loftus Road outfit.
“I am gay to move a actor of his undoubted peculiarity to a club,” Hughes told a club’s website. “He has got copiousness of pace, good technical ability and all a attributes we need to be a tip player.
“Jose has a lot of flexibility that is something we like my players to have. He can work right opposite a behind and can also play a holding purpose in midfield.”
Bosingwa assimilated Chelsea for £16 million 4 years ago and went on to win the Champions League, a Premier League and 3 FA Cups.
He had formerly been partial of Porto’s 2004 Champions League-winning patrol and Hughes believes signing Bosingwa shows how a bar is progressing.
“He’s another Champions League winner, a third in a patrol now with Park Ji-sung and Djibril Cisse, and will supplement useful knowledge to a group,” Hughes added.
“His knowledge is unequivocally critical to us. He understands a Premier League and he understands what it takes to win games. He has got a winning genius and that is what we wish to have around a place.”R Soft Web Hosting