QPR have wrapped up the signings of defender Ryan Nelsen and striker Andy Johnson on free transfers.
We revealed at the weekend that Rangers were on the verge of landing the experienced duo, who will make the switch to Loftus Road once their contracts expire at the end of the month.
Centre-back Nelsen has agreed an initial one-year deal in W12 after a short spell at London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Boss Mark Hughes signed the New Zealand international during his time in charge at Blackburn Rovers, where the 34-year-old made more than 200 appearances.
Johnson also hooks up again with the Welshman after their time together at Fulham.
AJ has penned a two-year contract with the R's after rejecting an extension at Craven Cottage following four seasons in SW6.
Former QPR manager Neil Warnock tried to bring the frontman to the club in January, only to be axed just days into the transfer window.
But Johnson has finally made the switch down the road where he will link up again with old striker partner Bobby Zamora.
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